Five Paper works with Think Forward, a charity helping young people aged 13-18 to transition from education into employment

17th July 2017

Five Paper gives an in-house careers talk and Q&A session to pupils interested in a career in law. Gita Chakravarty spoke to the pupils about life as a barrister and Rachel Dewing explained the role of the clerksroom and the career progression of a clerk in Chambers.

Five Paper is committed to encouraging young people of all backgrounds, in particular those from backgrounds which are under-represented at the Bar, to consider a career at the Bar and its related professions. Five Paper aims to inform young people about the opportunities available to them and to dispel common myths about barristers and life at the Bar in general. Chambers’ Corporate Social Responsibility officer can be contacted at

Click here for a link to Think Forward’s twitter page about the event, and here for the Think Forward website.