Deadline: 17 July 2019
Lamb Chambers Deadline: 17 July 2019
LONDON EC4Y 7AS
Lamb Chambers (Chambers of Richard Power) invites applications for two Third Six Pupillages commencing October 2019 in each of our personal injury and commercial/property groups.
The first pupillage is suitable for a candidate with experience of (or a commitment to developing a career in) personal injury law. The second is suitable for a candidate with experience of (or a commitment to developing a career in) property/commercial law. However, in the latter instance some knowledge of PI/clinical negligence would be an advantage as, during pupillage and the first 12 months of tenancy, applicants will be expected to cover all chambers’ practice areas.
Our Third Six pupils have 2 seats of 3 months each and will usually be considered for tenancy towards the end of this period. Pupils are expected to go to court regularly on their own account.
To apply, send a covering letter, CV, references from at least two past supervisors, and a summary of work undertaken so far in pupillage to Derek Kerr at email@example.com. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis but should reach us by 5pm on 17 July 2019.
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Lamb Chambers is a signatory to the Bar Council’s Third Six Pupillage Good Practice Guidelines. It is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, and to the promotion of access to the Bar irrespective of a candidate’s background. Candidates will be expected to have outstanding academic credentials, strong inter-personal skills, excellent references, and be ambitious, motivated and committed to excellence.
Derek Kerr / 28th Jun 2019
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