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Regency Barristers Chambers - 12 months - October 2022

AETO information
Name of AETO:
Regency Barristers Chambers
Head of AETO:
Christopher Bramwell & Nigel Sleight
Address of AETO:
Almoners Hall
Gravel Walk
AETO's website address:
Main practice area:
Public Law, Family, Civil
Practice areas:
Public Law
Specialist services:
Public Access Work
South eastern; Midlands
Number of junior tenancies (in the last three years):
Pupillage vacancy information
Number of pupillages:
Financial support level:
£12,000 - £19,999
Closing date:
9 February 2022 at 2:00 PM
Pupillage start date:
3 October 2022
Pupillage type:
12 month pupillage
The pupillage programme:

Chambers is offering up to two pupillages, to commence in October 2022, April 2023 or October 2023. Chambers operates a mixed practice, but pupils should expect to experience predominantly family law, with some exposure to other areas during pupillage.

Each pupillage is for twelve months with a nominated Pupil Supervisor for the full period. During the first six months the pupil will be expected to read and become familiar with the supervisor’s current cases and be in a position to discuss in detail the relevant issues. You will attend Court and conferences with your pupil supervisor; do research into areas of the law and work on his or her papers.

These expectations continue for the full period of the second six when you are not undertaking work of your own.

There will be occasions, particularly during the first six months, when you will spend time with other members of Chambers to broaden your experience of work in Chambers. You may be asked to assist other members of chambers with research or paperwork. Chambers covers courts over the South East and Midland Circuits, and sometimes beyond.

Chambers will meet a pupil’s reasonable travelling expenses when necessary.

It is a necessary part of your pupillage that you attend training sessions organised by your Inn and the Circuit. Chambers will meet a pupil’s necessary traveling expenses in respect of such training.

Feed-back, monitoring and assessments

You will receive continuous assessment and informal feedback from your pupil supervisor throughout your pupillage. In your second six your own work will be supervised by your pupil trainer when practicable and outcomes reviewed; you will receive feedback from the Clerk concerning your court work: this will include feedback back from solicitors, tenants and judges.

Complaints or grievances

Chambers has a complaints and grievance procedure in place for pupils, the overarching aim of which is to resolve grievances both fairly and as soon as possible.


Pupillage is subject to a minimum funding of £16,601 although pupils can expect to earn significantly more than this, taking account of work undertaken during the second six.


You will be allowed to take a break during both your first and second six up to a maximum of four weeks in all. The timing of such breaks must be agreed in advance with your pupil supervisor and Clerk so as to fit in with your training and professional commitments.


We are looking for pupils with a view to them working in Chambers for the long term as full tenants. However, an offer of pupillage does not bring with it any guarantee of a tenancy at the end of it.

How to apply
Applications to be made by way of CV and covering letter by post or by email to:

The deadline for applications is 2pm, 9 February 2022 and interviews will be offered in April 2022.

Postal applications should be addressed:

The Pupillage Committee
Regency Chambers
Archdeaconry House
15 Gravel Walk