About the seminar
Led by experienced barristers with accomplished international practices, the International Business Development seminar will provide barristers with the opportunity to develop and strengthen their international practice.
This seminar will:
- Increase your understanding of the international business development opportunities available to the Bar and the benefit of such opportunities;
- Provide comprehensive advice on how to establish an international practice and how you can best market yourself overseas; and
- Equip you with knowledge on how to navigate international instructions from an ethical, financial and contractual perspective.
Frederico Singarajah, Kirsty Brimelow QC, Marion Smith QC and Camilla Godman will present a highly practical session, sharing their own experiences and perspectives, taking questions from the audience throughout. The panel will look at the what, how and why of building an international practice.
Who should attend
All barristers (of whatever call or area of practice) interested in establishing an international practice or those looking to further develop and/or strengthen their existing international practice. We would strongly encourage barristers with a non-commercial practice to attend this seminar.
Book your place
If you are experiencing any issues with booking your place through MyBar, please contact [email protected].
|Bar Representation Fee (BRF) member
|Pupils, students and members on income bands 1 and 2
|Pupils, students and members on income bands 1 and 2 with BRF
*All prices are plus VAT
This seminar will be held on the Zoom videoconferencing platform. Please ensure you read our Zoom statement before booking.
Paperless training packs
To minimise environmental impact and the amount of paper you have to carry with you, Bar Council training packs are paperless. As a delegate you will receive the materials you need for the training by email in advance, which you can access on your laptop or tablet or print in advace if required.
Throughout the training, there will be references to various Bar Council guidance or external documents which are included as a hyperlink within the attendee workbook.