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Georgia-Mae Chung sits on panel at Kings College London “Life at the Criminal Bar” event

23/11/2023

On the evening of 21st November 2023, the Kings College London Bar and Mooting Society held an event on “Life at the Criminal Bar”.

Georgia-Mae was part of the panel who discussed their experience of work at the criminal Bar and answered questions from aspiring barristers. She spoke of her work as a first six Pupil Barrister at Mountford Chambers. Additionally, she gave insight into her other experiences, including her time as a magistrates’ court Trainee Legal Adviser and her work with the Sentencing Academy.

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