Chambers is not currently taking applications for pupillage.
Chambers is currently accepting applications for a third-six pupil. We are seeking a well-rounded candidate with excellent interpersonal and advocacy skills. Experience practising in crime is essential. Applicants will be allocated a mentor/supervisor for the six-month period.
Applications for tenancy will be considered after the six-month period.
1. Application is by way of Curriculum Vitae and a one page covering letter which should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. The application should be accompanied by a completed Diversity Data monitoring form, which can be downloaded from the pupillage section on our website. The form will be kept separate and will not feature in any decision to interview or recruit.
3. The application email should be headed: “Candidate’s SURNAME, First Name – Third Six Application.”
4. The application email should have 3 attachments:
4.1 Letter (File Name: “Candidate’s SURNAME, first name - Letter”)
4.2 CV (File Name: “Candidate’s SURNAME, first Name - CV”) 4.3 Diversity Monitoring Form (File Name: “Candidate’s Initials, Diversity
5. Applications not sent in the correct format, as stated above, may not be considered. 6. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence
A mini-pupillage is an opportunity to experience life at the bar and in chambers, by shadowing one of our barristers. Chambers typically offers mini-pupillage for one day only, and welcomes applications from those wishing to pursue a career at the bar. Applications should be by way of a CV and Cover Letter, addressed to Mr Michael Bagley, Head of Chambers.
Chambers welcomes applications for tenancy from experienced practitioners. All applications should be addressed to the Head of Chambers, Mr Michael Bagley. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.