Pupillage Vacancy 2022
Chambers is inviting applications for one pupillage to commence in Autumn 2023. Pupillage will be mixed civil/criminal. If Chambers consider there to be 2 outstanding candidates, we will consider taking a second pupil to start at a later date, dependent on the candidate.
Full details are set out below.
Applications should be sent to chambers by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and the application email should attach the following documents:
1) A completed copy of the pupillage application form. The form is available to download directly from Dropbox by pasting the following link into your
Alternatively, a copy of the form can be downloaded from Chambers website, www.39parksquare.com. The closing date for applications is 2pm on the 9th day of February 2022.
Full Details of the Pupillage and How to Apply
Pupillage Vacancy Information
Number of Pupillages: 1
Awards Available: Yes. Financial support level £25,000, although for the past 3 years all pupils have received at least £30,000 during their pupillage.
Chambers attracts a significant volume of junior advocacy work and prides itself on developing pupils and junior tenants, helping them become strong advocates capable of a sustained career at the bar.
Pupils will likely be supervised by one or both Heads of Chambers. Criminal pupillage will cover both Defence and Prosecution work up to RASSO Grade 4 level. Civil pupillage will also cover all civil hearings up to Multi-Track Trials.
Pupils will share their supervisor’s room and accompany them in all aspects of their practice. You may, from time to time, also work with other Members of Chambers covering Magistrates Courts work if warranted by your development.
You will go to court and attend conferences on a daily basis with your pupil supervisor. You will also assist with undertaking drafting and written advices as well as legal research.
You will take on an increasing amount of your own work and as the tenancy decision approaches are likely to be in court a minimum of three to four times per week.
Chambers guarantees income of a minimum of £25,000, comprising of a £8,600 award during the first six and guaranteed earnings of £16,400 in the second six. However, past pupils have exceeded these figures in their second six, earning over and above the guaranteed minimum. We estimate pupils will earn £20,000-£35,000 in their second six, making the total anticipated earnings £28,600 - £43,600 during pupillage.