We wish to recruit a junior tenant to begin a tenancy in or before October 2013.
Candidates must have at least a 2.1 degree (not necessarily in Law) and either have completed a pupillage or expect to have completed at least six months pupillage by 30th April 2013.
Applications may only be made on the Chambers’ Application Form. This can be obtained along with Notes for Applicants from the Senior Clerk or downloaded from our web site: www.9stonebuildings.com
The completed Application Form must be received in Chambers by 5.00 p.m. on Friday 7th June 2013.
No applications received after this time will be considered.
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