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42 Bedford Row invites applications for two third six pupillages commencing in September/October 2017. A third-six pupil can expect to undertake work in all of Chambers’ core areas
You must be able to demonstrate relevant experience, an understanding of the marketplace and have a clear strategy for growing and developing both your practice and your career.
As a third six pupil at 42 Bedford Row, you will be fully supervised and assessed, with a definite view to tenancy after six months. You will also develop a significant case load of your own and can expect to be going to court on your own cases regularly.
We place emphasis on learning the principles of managing a practice and how to interact with clerks and solicitors as well as managing client relationships.
We are looking for third six pupils who have the potential to become outstanding barristers. We are keen to recruit bright, independently-minded people who are articulate, confident, and perceptive.
You should be keen to learn, have the ability to get on with people, and be able to demonstrate original thinking, common sense and good judgment. You should possess a minimum of a 2.1 degree not necessarily in law.
Please send a full CV, covering letter and any references that you would wish us to consider including from solicitors and / or from current or former pupil supervisors to Philip.email@example.com by not later than 31st July 2017.
Your covering letter should explain why you think 42 Bedford Row would be a good fit for you; please telephone Philip McCormack for a confidential discussion before applying if that would be helpful.
We anticipate interviews taking place on 2nd and 3rd August 2017.
Chambers operates a fair recruitment policy, and is committed to the Equality & Diversity Code for the Bar.