Ivy & Normanton Women

I&N Women: Alana

I&N Women: Alana

"Another challenge of a bedroom pupillage is that it can sometimes be lonely.  I crave the camaraderie of the bar that I have been told for years is one of the best things about being a barrister.  I wish I could feel the excitement and adrenaline in a busy courtroom."

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I&N Women: Srishti

I&N Women: Srishti

"I grew up painfully shy, insurmountably awkward, and by all accounts, very afraid of speaking in public. I had a tendency to swallow huge amounts of air in the middle of my sentences because my throat would dry up from sheer nerves." 

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I&N Women: Mithurja

I&N Women: Mithurja

"I was told by my mentor that my job prospects will be higher if I didn’t reveal my full name."

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I&N Women: Narita Bahra QC

QC Queens Counsel

I&N Women: Narita Bahra QC

"At that moment I realised that if I wanted to successfully develop my practice and redefine my career, then the onus was on me to act."

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I&N Women: Rebecca

I&N Women: Rebecca

"During my 8 years as a criminal barrister, having a work-life balance was a comically distant dream that I would promise myself, ‘as soon as I have finished this case’."

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