Barrister Visits KEHS

Barrister Visits KEHS
On 10th January, we were lucky enough to welcome barrister Aadhithya Anbahan to mentor the KEHS/KES Mock Bar Trial team in preparation for our upcoming competition. Miss Anbahan, a practising member of St Ives Chambers and representative of the Young Bar Committee in the West Midlands Circuit, gave us a...

On 10th January, we were lucky enough to welcome barrister Aadhithya Anbahan to mentor the KEHS/KES Mock Bar Trial team in preparation for our upcoming competition. Miss Anbahan, a practising member of St Ives Chambers and representative of the Young Bar Committee in the West Midlands Circuit, gave us a plethora of tips on how to convincingly construct arguments, opening speeches and cross-examinations. She also provided a valuable insight into the workings of the Crown Court, including court etiquette, format and dress-code! Many thanks go to Miss Anbahan for mentoring us, and to Miss Williams for inviting her and helping our team out. Wish us luck for the competition tomorrow!

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