Entries from February 12th, 2016

 

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Silk 2021 – QC Competition

 ***** UPDATE  18 February 2021*****

“Many, many thanks, and more thanks for all the expert help and encouragement you gave, it was invaluable.”                   

The 2021 competition launched today with the deadline for applications at 5pm on 31 March 2021.

The 2021 competition is very similar to last year’s, although they have increased the character count for the main sections and the length of time you can draw your cases from. However, can I strongly recommend looking at the actual on-line application form, so that you fully understand what is required?  Last year they made some changes and their guidance remains a bit opaque. However, I was advised: “It is possible to have an overlap when describing summary of practise (Section E) and providing case summaries. If applicants are having difficulty understanding what the form requires and feel the Guidance is insufficient, they are of course very welcome to contact the office directly.”

“Hi Tim. I’m pleased to tell you that your record of successfully getting people through continues. Many thanks for all your patience & it definitely made all the difference.” 

First and foremost, do read the QC Appointment 2021 Guidance. But I would also strongly recommend that you consider the 2020 competition report  and especially the panel’s approach to the competencies  these will give you a real insight into who gets appointed and why.

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We Need to Have Some Words with HIM!

What Stories Will You Share?

A picture tells a 1’000 stories?

Building on from the success of his poem writing, my 15 year old son, Tadhg, is planning his next project –  a story telling evening. He hopes you will come along, share stories, poems or maybe tell a joke. It should be an enjoyable evening where we’ll share, learn, laugh and perhaps be moved.  He’s been a member of Ilkley Young Writers Group for a number of years and therefore seen and heard some wonderful, engaging and powerful performances. We hope a number of them will be joining us on Friday 11 March 2016 – hopefully a treat for all ages. A community event – where everyone is very welcome!

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