Meet Our Committee

The Oxford University Bar Society committee works to organise and run our termly events. For information about our current team, please see below.

Athena Kam

President –– Law, Pembroke College

Athena is the Bar Society’s President for Trinity Term. She was part of Oxford’s winning team for the Regional Round of BPP’s Advocate of the Year Competition 2020. She frequently finds herself advocating against people double her size. She is also a passionate musician and plays percussion with the Oxford University Orchestra.

Nadia Roberts

Secretary –– Law, St Anne’s College

Nadia is Oxford Bar Society’s Secretary for Trinity Term. She is the current secretary of the Geldart Law Society, was a finalist in the Cuppers Mooting Competition, and is a Linklater’s Oxford Law Access Ambassador. She is also a passionate animal rights activist, after having gone vegan last year.

George Beglan

Treasurer –– Law, Mansfield College

George is currently a second year law student at Mansfield College. His interests in the law are broad with current pursuits in media and tax. He also moots regularly to practice advocacy.


General Committee

Sophie Cook

Sponsorship Officer

Sophie is a second-year law student at Hertford College and is the Bar Society’s sponsorship officer for Michaelmas. Her greatest interest is in medical law and clinical negligence. She also does netball and rowing for her college and loves singing and the outdoors.

Caroline Green

Mooting Officer

Caroline is a second-year law student at St Anne’s College. As a last-minute replacement for the Cuppers Mooting team and a Grand Finalist, she only recently encountered the adrenaline rush from debating in front of QCs. She hopes to maximise participation among both law and non-law students, as well as integrating current affairs into mooting problems.

Sara Al Soodi

Publicity Officer

Sara is currently a second-year history student who is interested in pursuing a career in the bar later. As a non-law student, she is keen to get involved with the society more closely and learn more, while ensuring that our events and news reach as many people as possible!

Cecily Day

Editor of ‘The Pupil’ Magazine

Cecily is a second-year History of Art student at St John’s College. She has long been determined to pursue a career at the Bar and aims to develop her mooting skills and interest in international law. Cecily has a passion for languages and has thoroughly enjoyed participating in Spanish debating competitions, in addition to mock trials. She also spends her time playing sports, including university squash and Varsity polo, and is a keen guitarist and songwriter.

Nicolò Gaggero

Mooting Officer

Nicolò is a second year law student at Trinity College. He has recently found an interest in comparative law, in particular with civil law systems, which he hopes to pursue in the future. He looks forward to organising moots for BarSoc and to continuing mooting himself.

Rivu Chowdhury

Mock Trial Officer

Rivu is a first-year law student at Magdalen College. He has competed in international mock trials and hopes to share the mock trial experience with everyone else. He is also an avid mooter and a musician.


Standing Committee

Jackel Cheung

Rhys Duncan


Incoming Executive Committee (HT21)

President: TBC
Secretary: TBC
Treasurer: TBC