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St John's Chambers

About St John's Chambers

If you are looking for a first class pupillage that will give you the best possible springboard for your career at the Bar, St John’s Chambers is the right place to be. We are one of the largest and most prestigious barristers’ sets in the South West, with nine silks and 76 juniors attracting high quality work on a regional and national basis. Chambers UK directory consistently ranks us in Band 1 for all 15 of our main practice areas, including commercial, real estate, personal injury, clinical negligence, family & divorce, wills & trusts, public & admin law and employment. The other leading legal directory, Legal 500, describes us as a ‘Western Circuit Powerhouse’ and recently voted us ‘Regional Set of the Year 2018’, an award which endorses our position as a stand out national set. Indeed, we are fast becoming the go-to chambers for legal advice, and receive high level complex instructions from law firms across the UK to multi-national businesses, high net-worth individuals and people from all walks of life. Celebrating 40 years in business in 2018, we have modern and progressive approach, with barristers, clerks and management working together as the driving force behind our success. While we continue to invest in our people to ensure we deliver the highest standards of service for our clients, our open and collegiate culture promotes an inclusive and supportive work environment, allowing pupils to fulfil their potential and enjoy long and successful careers.

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