Stephen McCaffrey, joint head of chambers, has been invited to speak at the Generation Success City Careers Week.

Stephen will be speaking on three occasions during the week-long event:

  • Making it in HR and Responsible Business on Friday July 3, 2020
  • Making it in Consulting on Tuesday July 7, 2020
  • Making it in Law on Thursday July 9, 2020

Inviting to speak as a “Making it Happen” workshop leader, he will speak about his career journey, how to succeed and how he will activate change going forward to move to equality.

Generation Success exists to remove barriers and allow business and all people of diversity to connect, creating equal access and opportunities for a fairer world.

Speaking about his invitation to speak, Stephen said:

“I am very pleased to have been invited by the Generation Success’ founder James Adeleke to speak at the City Careers Week conference.


“Equality issues are very topical at the moment and I am glad to be able to contribute to the conversation and provide some insight drawing from my long career as a lawyer defending professionals before professional disciplinary tribunals and committees.” 

More about Stephen McCaffrey

Stephen is a leading healthcare regulation defence barrister. Having progressed through the Bar in the usual way he founded the revolutionary direct access portal group of London Legal Barristers in 2009. It was revolutionary and utilised the best of traditional chambers whilst harnessing online tools and services. It was the first organisation working through online portals and websites. Specialising exclusively in direct access instructions in the areas of licensing and medical regulation he transformed that into Kings View Chambers in 2014.

Kings View Chambers

Founded in 2014 by Stephen McCaffrey and Catherine Stock, Kings View Chambers seeks to address the failings in traditional chambers and establish a new and better way for barristers to work.

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