The Housing Team at Garden Court seeks to recruit barristers with significant experience in housing law to meet the existing demands of our work and contribute to the expansion of our team.
Applications are invited for tenancy from practitioners of at least 5 years’ call or equivalent experience.
Garden Court Chambers is a leading multi-disciplinary set with a strong belief in human rights and social justice.
To download an application form, please visit our website:
The closing date for applications is Thursday 7 June 2012 at 4:00pm
Garden Court is committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination and to encourage diversity. Applications from ethnic minority and women candidates are particularly welcome. We seek to operate a fair recruitment policy.
Chambers of Michael Hubbard QC & Karim Khalil QC
Due to a surplus of work, Chambers are now accepting applications for: Third six month pupillages (Criminal) to start April 2012
As a specialist criminal set, we offer outstanding prospects for committed and talented individuals.
Please send covering letter and CV to Quinton Newcomb, 1 Paper Buildings, Temple, London EC4Y 7EP or email@example.com as soon as possible.
Chambers operates an equal opportunities and diversity policy
3PB is a leading, established set of Barristers Chambers; with over 150 members spread over five Centres and ten Practice Groups, it also one of the largest in the UK.
Chambers’ Bournemouth centre has a long history and a reputation for high quality advice and advocacy at all levels across the Wessex region and beyond, and they are now inviting applications for a third six pupillage in General Common Law with an emphasis on Personal Injury and related areas.
Applications (by way of CV and covering letter) should be submitted by e-mail to Steve Clark, Head of Clerking at firstname.lastname@example.org. (closing date 30th April).
Chambers is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
An assessed mini-pupillage is an important part of our application process for pupillage. While not a requirement, it is very strongly recommended. We are likely to offer a pupillage interview to those who have not done an assessed mini-pupillage only in exceptional cases.
Contact information: Claire Halas, Chambers Administrator (Claire.Halas@11kbw.com).
Deadline for submission of applications: Pupillage applications are to be made through Pupillage Portal, in accordance with the standard Pupillage Portal timetable. Mini-pupillage applications are considered at any time.
High Court (Queen’s Bench Division)
High Court (Chancery Division)
“On 29 February 2005, Saajid Badat pleaded guilty to a terrorist conspiracy to destroy, damage or endanger the safety of an aircraft. Badat admitted that in 2001 he had conspired with ‘the shoe bomber’ Richard Reid and a Tunisian, Nizar Trabelsi, in a plot simultaneously to act as suicide bombers in order to blow up two airliners bound for the US. For two months following his plea, Badat assisted UK investigators; however, he held back on a good deal of information.”
Halsbury’s Law Exchange, 23rd April 2012