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CHERIE Booth QC and Brian Moore are to play key roles in this week's Graduate Law Fair, organised by The Lawyer.
Thousands of tickets have been sent out for the fair, which takes place at the Barbican on Wednesday and Thursday. The event will boast 64 stands manned by law firms, chambers, colleges and lawyers' groups.
There will also be a series of lectures to help graduates plan their careers.
Booth will officially open the event, while Moore, the former rugby international who is now a partner at Edward Lewis, will give a seminar on specialising in law.
The pair joined Mark Wyatt, The Lawyer's publisher, on Friday at Booth's chambers, 4-5 Grays Inn Square, to discuss the event.