We offer 3 day Mini-Pupillages to applicants over the age of 18. Applicants wishing to change from another career will be expected to have a clear view of their abilities and how these can be transferred to a successful career at the Bar.
.If I am successful, what will I be doing during my 3 days at St Philips?
We hope you will spend most or all of your time within your preferred practice area of law. However, due to the fast changing nature of our business, it is not always possible to secure you time within your preferred area. We can, however, guarantee you that we will ensure your experience is the best it can be.
We hope you will spend time with more than one Barrister; shadowing their daily schedules and spending time in court to really get a feel of the industry.
What we are certain of is that you will gain a good understanding of roles and responsibilities and Life at the Bar, we also hope it will be an enjoyable experience for you too!
How should I make an application?
If you are interested in applying please forward a Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter supporting your application, along with a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (Equalopportunitiesmonitoringform) to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, you can post your application to Emily Smith, HR Manager, at our contact address below:
St Philips Chambers
55 Temple Row
Please include details of the dates you will be available to attend should you be successful in your application.
Our programme is now fully subscribed for the first half of 2013. If you wish to apply for a Mini-Pupillage between July and December 2013 please ensure you submit your application by the closing date, which is Friday, 26th April 2013.
Important information regarding your A-Levels
You should include details of your A Level results in your CV. However, If you do not have A Levels, but have some comparable qualifications, please provide details of the qualifications and how your marks and grades can be compared with A Levels. Please also Identify a website or other source, ideally independent of the examining body that provides such comparisons.