The autumn 2020 Newsletter is published in unprecedented times, with many aspects of our lives having been abruptly halted
September marks the start of a new year for the RCR.
As I write this in late July, life feels as if it is returning to normal in small ways.
‘Let’s have a meeting … socially distanced, of course.’ We are over six months into the COVID-19 crisis yet it seems we still find it nec
Support has never been more important than it has been during the COVID pandemic.
The fourth floor of 63 Lincoln’s Inns Fields is the hub for the RCR’s training and examinations activity. In September 2017 I was warmly welco
If one week is a long time in politics, and then three years is a long time in a college.
I first wrote this in the thick of the presumed ‘first wave’ of the pandemic in April, and subsequently at the end of the summer when we cautiously
‘What’s it like starting your job in the middle of a pandemic?’ I’ve been asked this many times since I started at the RCR in May.
History will remember 2020 as the year when two events collided, resulting in turmoil worldwide.