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Imposter Syndrome - Female Progression at the Criminal Bar - The Criminal Bar Association


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Wednesday 28th March 2018

“Imposter Syndrome”

28th March 2018 at 18.00

Parliament, Middle Temple, London


 Angela Rafferty QC:

CBA Chair


A Panel of leading female Silks from the profession


A brief presentation will present the evidence.


Since 2011 the proportion of female applicants appointed to Silk at the Criminal Bar has been low. 

There is also a dramatic fall off in numbers of females at the Bar after 12 years call. 


Our panel will offer tips on how to succeed at the criminal bar, juggling family and practice, together with assistance in Silk and Judicial applications.   


To secure your place at this event, you must pre-register by email to

Aaron J Dolan:


There is no fee for this event.  Open to non-members.


A drinks reception will follow.


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