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By supporting Middle Temple with a donation, you are helping students uphold the fabric of the Law and protecting the Inn’s heritage for future generations.

We need your help to continue to provide students with scholarships and financial support via our funds. Students like this:

‘Without a Middle Temple scholarship, I would not have been able to begin my career at the Bar. I feel very strongly that finances should not be a barrier to undertaking the Bar course’

Thank you. We really couldn’t do it without you.

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General Gift

Every gift we receive means we can support more students from non-traditional backgrounds to fulfil their dream of a career in the law and we can’t do it without help from people like you. Every gift really does make a difference…

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The Emergency Assistance Fund

The Emergency Assistance Fund was created to assist students who were struggling financially during their course…


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Scholarship Fund

At Middle Temple we believe that everyone should have the chance to pursue a career in the Law, regardless of their background. Through our Scholarship Fund, we offer opportunities to those who need and deserve it most…

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Sir Paul Jenkins Fund

Donations given in memory of Sir Paul have helped students receive scholarships. We would like to support Sir Paul’s vision to ‘build a better world’ and raise a substantial amount for the Scholarship Fund in his memory.

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Celebrating Women in Law 2022 – Helena Normanton Scholarship Fund

In 2019 we celebrated a centenary since the Sex Disqualification Removal Act 1919 which enabled women to join the legal profession and professional bodies, to sit on juries and be awarded degrees for the 1st time…

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Heritage Fund

The Inn has a rich, complex, and fascinating history. Many notable people have connections with Middle Temple including Queen Elizabeth I and Charles Dickens. The Inn has also been a power for change, being the first Inn to admit women to the Bar…