Name of AETO:
Head of AETO:
Nicholas Haggan QC
Address of AETO:
20 Carlton Crescent
Crime; Regulatory; Landlord and Tenant; Housing and Social Welfare; Local Government; Planning; Personal Injury; Employment
Pro Bono; Public Access Work; Licensed Access
Number of junior tenancies (in the last three years):
Number of pupillages:
Financial support level:
£12,000 - £19,999
9 February 2022 at 2:00 PM
Pupillage start date:
12 month pupillage
Chambers is a friendly, thriving set based in Southampton.
Chambers offers up to two pupillage places every year, commencing in October. Pupils in First Six will spend 3 months with a criminal or regulatory practitioner, and three months with a housing, civil or employment barrister. In Second Six, pupils can expect to be busy working on their own cases.
Applications can be made via the Chambers website [12cp.co.uk] going to “About Us > Join Us > Pupillage. The marking scheme and other details of the process can be found at the top of the application form.
We will consider your academic qualifications (not limited to traditional routes,) applicants’ ability to work hard and manage time effectively, and the applicants’ ability to express themselves clearly, concisely and accurately. 12CP Barristers is committed to promoting access to the profession based upon ability , and encourages applications from those who have historically been underrepresented at the Bar.
In the First Round, successful applicants will be invited to attend a short (15-20 minute) interview over Teams or Zoom. Those that are invited back for Second Round interviews will complete a piece of written work in the interim and then attend Chambers to conduct an advocacy exercise and further interview.
All Chambers now follow the Pupillage Gateway’s timetable for applications, interviews and the making of offers.
The pupillage award from Chambers is £18,000, of which £9,000 is paid in First Six and £9,000 is guaranteed earnings in Second Six.
Please complete the form available on Chambers website www.12cp.co.uk.