Undertaking a mini-pupillage is the best way to find out about the day-to-day life of a barrister in private practice. It is hoped that a mini-pupil at Selborne Chambers will have the opportunity to experience both Court and Chambers-based work, with a number of members.
Applicants for a mini-pupillages should be, at least, in the final year of their law degree or, alternatively, about to undertake or in the process of undertaking their law conversion. Owing to the considerable number of applications we receive, the following deadlines will apply:
- 30th June for mini-pupillages between 1st September and 31st December
- 31st January for mini-pupillages between 1st April and 31st July
If you have any queries about mini pupillages at Selborne Chambers, please contact us at email@example.com.
We will reimburse mini pupils up to £100 expenses on travel from outside London and/or accommodation, against suitable receipts. We also highlight that Lincoln’s Inn operates a Mini Pupillage Grant Scheme offering up to £500 to eligible mini pupils who require additional financial assistance (details on eligibility, relevant expenses and applications are found here: Funding – Lincoln’s Inn.
How to apply
Applications for a mini-pupillage should be made by completing and uploading the Application Form and Diversity Questionnaire, via the online form below.
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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.