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Two Third Six Pupillages commencing in personal injury and commercial/property groups.

Invitation for applications. Deadline: 16 July 2018

Lamb Chambers (Chambers of Richard Power) invites applications for two Third Six Pupillages commencing October 2018 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 are 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 pupillage@lambchambers.co.uk.  Applications will be considered on a rolling basis but should reach us by 16 July 2018.

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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 to be ambitious, motivated and committed to excellence.  

Philip Alden / 29th May 2018


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