Pupil Barrister.

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"If the chapter of your story hasn't ended in success, it hasn't finished. You still have more words to write." 

About Mass...

Pupil Barrister | Entrepreneur

Mass is in his second-six months of pupillage at Blackstone Chambers after spending his first six months at the Government Legal Department.  Since commencing pupillage he has gained exposure to various areas of law including Public law, Human Rights Law, Commercial Law, Financial Regulatory Law and Sports Law.

From an early age, Mass did not believe that a career at the legal Bar was possible for him, largely because he did not fit the conventional image of a practising barrister. Recognising that his achievements in the law can inspire others, Mass has dedicated himself to opening the doors of opportunity for people from non-traditional backgrounds and has written numerous articles on the topic of diversifying the legal profession. Additionally, Mass regularly speaks at events across the UK aiming to motivate his audience.  In May 2020, Mass announced that he would be launching a new initiative named 'Bridging the Bar' to support aspiring barristers from underrepresented backgrounds on their journies to the bar.

Mass maintains a strong interest in business, having previously run his own company. Additionally, in the summer of 2019, Mass raised seed funding for a new business venture which is set to launch in 2020. 

 

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