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You don't have to be a lawyer to play a role in the Queen's Council


Maggie Semple OBE is a member of the selection panel that awards the prestigious QC to members of the legal profession for excellence in advocacy in the higher courts.  Of course, that's all while running her own fashion business, and being a Governor of the South Bank Arts Centre.


May 9

 
10 Trinity Square
London
EC3N 4AJ

 

12:00 sharp - The Mikado
12:45 Drinks
13:15 Lunch
15:15 Close


Tickets £112 for members
£120 for non-members
(+VAT)


 

The Mikado

 

Hosted by Sylvia Baldock


This time is set aside for getting to know everyone at the meeting.  We use a unique framework to get everybody talking to each other.

Sylvia Baldock will guide us as we meet people in the room and learn techniques to improve our personal presence at the same time.

May 9:  Maggie Semple
Laymen in the Justice System

Maggie was a Non-Executive Director of the Criminal Cases Review Commission where she chaired the Audit & Risk Committee and is currently a Member of the Queen’s Counsel Selection Panel.    Read more...

 

June 13:  Steve Bustin
Identity Theft

In 2018 Steve found himself in the media spotlight when he discovered he had (completely unwittingly) become the face of an international online dating scam, after scammers stole and used photos from his social media profiles.      Read more...

 

July 11:  Roger Bootle
Chairman of Capital Economics

Roger has written many articles and several books on monetary economics. His latest book, The Trouble with Europe analyses what has gone wrong with the EU and what needs to be done to put it right. This follows The Trouble with Markets, which analyses the deep causes of the recent financial crisis and discusses the threats to capitalism arising from it. Like his previous book, Money for Nothing, which correctly anticipated the financial crisis, it has been widely acclaimed.      Read more...

 

Meet our newest members:

Stephanie Roe, S&O Partnership

 
Stephanie Roe is the Managing Partner of S&O Partnership, a boutique criminal law firm based on Chancery Lane. Her core specialism is general crime, representing individuals from all backgrounds in relation to all types of criminal allegations.
 
Stephanie was listed as a Rising Star by Superlawyers 2015 and 2016 and was named Lawyer Monthly’s “Criminal Tax Lawyer of the Year” at the Women in Law Awards 2016.
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