Este es un exclusivo recorrido a pie de medio día por el distrito jurídico de Londres con su divertido y experto guía como acompañante. El recorrido comienza en los Reales Tribunales de Justicia, donde normalmente los invitados pueden presenciar una sesión pública de un caso del tribunal en curso. El recorrido también incluye un paseo por el famoso Old Bailey, una visita al edificio Rolls (donde los oligarcas rusos acudían en busca de la justicia británica) y las Inns of Court (asociaciones profesionales de bogados). Vea el lugar donde el ex Primer Ministro Tony Blair tenía su bufete. Una copia gratuita de la Carta Magna y una bebida gratuita en un pub popular entre los profesionales de la abogacía están incluidas. El recorrido se realiza solo en días laborables.
First off, the guide was NOT a lawyer, practicing or not. Obviously no legal system questions were asked or answered. To say entrance fees were paid is ridiculous as we went into only one building and it did not require fees. We did not go to tea at the British Law Society. Rather after standing in the street in front of the Old Bailey we went to some chain coffee place and bought our own coffee. Never went to Rolls Building nor did we go into any shop that sold wigs/gowns regalia. We also did not see a trial but she did try to get us in.
We could have done everything we did do on this tour on our own and for free. Sadly, it was a total waste of the quite expensive price paid. A major disappointment.
Mushin, our guide, was very interested in the processes of the Law in London. He had thorough knowledge of the Royal Courts of Justice, the Inns of Courts, and the Old Bailey. The Old Bailey was closed to visitors during our stay, but Mushin's overall interest and knowledge of the London courts system made the tour well worth the money. I know so much more about the Law in London than I ever had before.