Henderson Chambers is inviting applications for a Third Six to start in Autumn 2022.
Samuel Townend QC has been elected Vice Chair of the Bar Council for 2023
The Bar Council is seeking entries for the Employed Bar Awards 2022
Pump Court Chambers’ busy criminal team is looking for an able and enthusiastic third-six pupil, to work in London and on the Western Circuit, typically in Winchester, Southampton and Bournemouth, with a view to tenancy.
Pump Court Chambers Family Finance Team seeking an able and enthusiastic 3rd-six pupil to work on the London, Western and South-eastern Circuits, with a view to tenancy.
Pump Court Chambers Children Team seeking an able and enthusiastic 3rd-six pupil to work on the London, Western and South-eastern Circuits, with a view to tenancy.
St Philips Chambers are synonymous with attracting and nurturing some of the finest talent at the Bar and due to the high volume of work chambers is looking to offer probationary tenancies to commence immediately across all our specialist areas.
Bar Council’s priorities include bill of rights, victims bill and legislation on justice, economic crimes, Brexit and trade.
Michael Lazarus highlights the support on offer from LawCare
Jack Meek writes a guest blog as he is part of the #IAmTheBar cohort
For the first time ever, the Young Bar Committee has organised a session at the Four Jurisdictions Conference.
Due to an expanding client base and an increase in workload in the civil, crime and family teams, 9 Park Place Chambers invites applications for probationary tenants across all three teams.
Joint statement from the Bar Council and Bar Standards Board.
The Bar Council and the Bar Standards Board have extended the deadline for renewing practising certificates.
New data reveals the number of barristers practising full-time in publicly funded criminal law has declined by more than 10%.
Research from 2020-21 relating to barristers who earned some fee income from publicly funded criminal work during this time.
Due to continued and sustained year on year financial growth together with a marked increase in workflow, College Chambers are actively looking to recruit practitioners within our core areas.
Chambers is seeking individuals who have completed pupillage elsewhere (usually within the last 12 months); who have experience of practising in the criminal courts; and who are able to demonstrate a real talent for advocacy, a commitment to our practice areas (business crime, general crime, regulatory law, health and safety, environmental law, professional discipline, international criminal law and/or inquiries), and the determination and potential to excel at the Bar.