2013 October

FSLA Christmas Drinks, Tuesday 10th December 2013

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FSLA will hold its annual Christmas drinks on 10th December 2013 at Outer Temple Chambers, starting at 6pm. The event will be hosted by Richard Hitchcock, Secretary of FSLA.

Attendees will hear from Tracey McDermott, Executive Board member and Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime at the FCA, who will be sharing her thoughts on recent developments within the industry.

To register for this event, please follow the link here. FSLA will members will be sent an email providing a password allowing them to enter the page and register.

Members are welcome to register for tickets for any number of non-members.

The address of Outer Temple Chambers, 222 Strand, London WC2R 1BA

FSLA & Social Mobility Foundation Charity Dinner – Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, Thursday 30th January 2014

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FSLA is pleased to announce that it will host a charity dinner in aid of the Social Mobility Foundation (SMF) to take place on the evening of 30th January 2014 at One Moorgate Place, London.

Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, will give the keynote speech this year.

The cost of a table seating 10 is £2500. All proceeds will go to the SMF.

If your firm is interested in attending please contact Farhaz Khan (Farhaz.khan@outertemple.com)

About The SMF

The SMF exists to support high-achieving young people from low-income backgrounds into the top universities and professions. We do this by providing a holistic programme of support encompassing internships, mentoring, university application support and skills development.

For more information about the SMF please go to http://www.socialmobility.org.uk/.

The inaugural charity dinner

Nick Clegg, MP, Deputy Prime Minister, gave the keynote speech at the inaugral FSLA/SMF charity dinner, which was attended by a select number of FSLA corporate members including Berwin Leighton Peisner, Clifford Chance, Freshfields, Norton Rose and Slaughter and May, and 3 Verulam Buildings, Blackstone Chambers and Outer Temple Chambers. It was also attended by senior lawyers from the Bank of England, the FSA and a number of banks. The event raised over £17,000 for the SMF.

For more information about the event go to http://www.socialmobility.org.uk/news/fsla-charity-dinner-17000-raised-for-the-smf/ .