About 2 Bedford Row
Type of work undertaken
Chambers specialises in criminal law and related fields, including health and safety prosecutions, professional disciplinary work and financial services regulatory work. Members of chambers from silks to working pupils, may both defend and prosecute. Prosecution work includes instructions from the CPS, HMRC and other major government departments and regulatory bodies.
Pupils will experience a wide variety of court work in their first six months, as well as undertaking substantial amounts of paperwork for their pupil supervisors and other members of Chambers. Whilst in their second six months, pupils can expect to be in court virtually every day – conducting cases in the Crown and Magistrates courts. Chambers offer structured advocacy training throughout the pupillage year. Virtually all of our pupils become tenants here or elsewhere
Mini-pupillages are available. Student visits are not available. Chambers is not a member of Pupillage Gateway. We place particular emphasis on the interviewing of applicants rather than selection on academic achievement alone.