Chambers is currently inviting applications for up to two third-six pupillages with a view to offering up to two junior tenancies in early 2022. Successful applicants would be able to begin straightaway. Applicants should have some experience of, and interest in, Chambers’ main areas of practice; real property (including landlord and tenant), insolvency, commercial and traditional chancery work.
Chambers is offering an award/guaranteed earnings of £42,500 to each successful applicant. It is envisaged that pupils would undertake work of their own. Pupils will sit with two supervisors and gain comprehensive experience of the areas of practice above.
Candidates should apply by CV and covering letter to email@example.com which should include an explanation of the previous work undertaken by the candidate, along with the reasons for applying to Selborne Chambers.
We are committed to the promotion of equality and diversity across all aspects of our practice.
Equality of opportunity is essential for the maintenance of high standards and the provision of a quality service to clients. It also ensures a harmonious working environment for members of Chambers, pupils and staff.
We adopt best practice equality and diversity procedures in our recruitment which involves the use of objective selection criteria in accordance with the recommendations of the Equality and Diversity Rules of the Code of Conduct and legislative requirements.
Applicants with a disability are encouraged to contact Chambers in confidence if there are any reasonable adjustments that may be made in relation to their applications.