Chambers is in the midst of an exciting period of development and change; we provide a professional, ambitious and dynamic platform for any barrister looking to grow their practice and career. This includes active career development planning at individual, practice group and Chambers level in conjunction with the Senior Practice Clerk.
We have an energetic client development programme to promote the collective capabilities of Lamb Chambers. Led by the Chambers Director, this targets each market separately, always playing to our strengths.
Much of our effort revolves around sales presentations, seminars and proactive client visits and we always support our members individually in their personal business development activity.
Naturally our close partnerships with leading regional and national law firms gives us something of an advantage in developing business.
We are widely recognised as a leading, progressive set and we enjoy a very good reputation across our core areas of practice; Commercial, Property, Intellectual Property/Media & Entertainment and Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence.
We actively welcome applications to join Chambers and we are always interested to talk to high-calibre individuals with a proven record at all levels of seniority in any of the different areas in which we practice.
Chambers currently has no plans to recruit any 12-month pupils in 2017/18.
Lamb Chambers has no immediate plans to recruit a Third Six pupil. However, this decision is kept under regular review. Vacancies (when they arise) are placed with the Bar Council and posted on this website.
Every year we run a summer programme for mini-pupils. Please click here for details of how to apply for 2017
Any enquiries about pupillage should be directed to our Chambers Director, Mark Rowlands
We do not have any staff vacancies at the moment; if the situation changes, vacant positions will always be advertised on this website.
All applications for any category of membership will be treated in strictest confidence.
Chambers is fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity, irrespective of colour, race, disability, age, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion, sex, marital status or sexual orientation.