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Members of chambers to organise and speak at event discussing surviving grief in the legal world


Georgia-Mae Chung is organising an event about the impact of grief on legal professionals, in collaboration with the Middle Temple Survive and Thrive Group. The event is called Aggrieved – Exploring the Relationship Between Grief and Working in the Legal World and will take place at Middle Temple on the evening of 5th March 2024.

The event will address legal professionals’ personal experience of grief and how it can impact their practices. Georgia-Mae will host the event and lead discussions with a panel of barristers. Houzla Rawat will act as one of the panel members.

There are options for attendance both in person and online.


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