Fallon Alexis elected as Barrister Governing Bencher of the Honourable Society of Inner Temple

QEB Hollis Whiteman are delighted to announce that Fallon Alexis has been elected as a Barrister Governing Bencher of the Honourable Society of Inner Temple following the Trinity term elections.

Governing Benchers are senior member of the Inn who are elected to govern the Inn, and are responsible for managing the property, supervising the finances, and deciding the policy of the Inn.  

Chris Emmings Senior Clerk said of the appointment “The members of Chambers wish to congratulate Fallon on being elected a Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple.”

To date, Fallon has spent over a decade assisting the Inner Temple with various education and training initiatives for students and pupil barristers. She is a member of Inner Temple’s Qualifying Sessions Committee where she is involved in the organisation and implementation of qualifying sessions including student residential advocacy training courses. Fallon is an advocacy trainer at the Inn and has delivered qualifying sessions as part of the Inns EDI Series: Women at the Bar. Fallon is passionate about, and committed to enhancing equality of access to the Bar. She is a long-standing member of our Pupillage Committee here at QEB Hollis Whiteman and is currently leading our outreach initiatives. She regularly attends schools and universities where she seeks to inspire those from non-traditional backgrounds to consider a career at the Bar. Fallon is also a member of the Bar’s steering group for the 10,000 Black Interns initiative and the Bar Council’s Education and Training Committee.

A list of the new Inner Temple Benchers is available here.

Fallon is a criminal, regulatory and public law barrister who was called to the Bar in 2008. To read more about her practice, click here.

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