Hardwicke has vacancies for 3rd Six pupils to join our successful set of chambers
Hardwicke is a forward thinking chambers with a strong reputation across a specialist range of civil disciplines. We are recruiting for 3rd six pupils to join our directory-ranked Construction and Personal Injury teams.
The successful applicants will have developed their advocacy skills during pupillage and demonstrate business acumen as well as strong analytical and drafting ability; they will also be able to evidence a real commitment to their chosen areas of specialism.
3rd six pupils will be assessed and considered for tenancy at the end of six months.
Our exceptional facilities and practice management support the provision of a thoroughly professional service to our clients.
Procedure for application: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our application form and equal opportunities monitoring form. CVs will not be considered.
Closing date: Completed application forms should be submitted by 5pm on Friday 25 July 2014, together with two pieces of written work appropriately anonymised (one an advice).
Interviews will commence during the week of 11 August 2014.
Hardwicke, New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, London WC2A 3SB
Further enquiries: email@example.com
Hardwicke is committed to equal opportunities
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