Three, 12 months, with an award of £55,000 for each pupil. Up to £25,000 may be taken as an early drawdown.
- Four 3-month seats each spent with a different supervisor.
- Four formal exercises (three written and one oral) and, along with individual feedback from your supervisors, we will provide more formal feedback sessions after three and six months.
- In your second six months you will be in court on average once a week on your own account, usually in the County Court on small applications.
- We will encourage you to work for others and we will often send you to work with a silk or senior junior on more complex cases. This allows you to see a wide variety of work and for more members of Chambers to get to know you.
Chambers is a member of the Pupillage Gateway and all applications for pupillage are considered under that scheme. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com
Approximately 50 mini-pupillages (not assessed) per year of between three and five days duration.
For further details and to make an application, please visit our website.
Mini-pupillage contact: Carolyn Entwistle
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