The Frederick Pollock Society will be holding its annual dinner on Friday 24th April 2020. All Corpus alumni who studied law or who are working in law and law related professions are welcome. The Society is the Corpus Christi College Law Society and seeks to encourage bonds of support and endeavour across all members of the Corpus law community. The dinner will be preceded by a careers afternoon tea for current students and a seminar on ‘the future of courts?’.

Tickets for the dinner are £55 each (£45 for those graduating after 2016), which includes afternoon tea (for those that can attend), a three course meal, as well as drinks before and during the meal.

Sadly, the College is not able to provide accommodation but https://www.universityrooms.com/ may prove useful.

Programme

5:15pm Careers Afternoon Tea - Our current students are eager to hear about the many different career paths that might lead from their law degrees; come along to chat to them and share your insights.
6:00pm The Future of Courts?: A Panel Discussion with Lorren Eldridge (Corpus Christi), the Hon Mr Justice Christopher Nugee (High Court of England and Wales), and the Hon Mr Justice David Rose (Ontario Court of Justice). Chaired by Liz Fisher (Corpus Christi).
7:15pm Pre-Dinner Drinks
7.45pm Dinner

Dress code: lounge suit.