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Looking for Pupils for 2019 & 2020

Wed 12th Dec 2018

Pupillage 2019 & 2020

2019

We now have a vacancy for one mixed practice pupillage commencing September 2019.

2020

We now have a vacancy for one criminal and one civil pupillage as from September 2020.

The application form for pupillage in 2019 is only accessible via our website.  The application form can be downloaded here.  Click here:     Please email completed forms to vverity@broadwayhouse.co.uk.

The application form for pupillage in 2020 is only accessible via our website.  The application form can be downloaded here.  Click here:    Please email completed forms to vverity@broadwayhouse.co.uk.

Please indicate by your name your preference for civil or criminal pupillage for 2020.

The closing date for submission of all applications is 31st January 2019.

Candidates will be notified as to our decision on 31st March 2019.

When recruiting pupils our aim is to find the candidates who we believe are best suited to the challenges of life at the Bar. In doing so we want to select pupils who best reflect our diverse society in terms of gender and ethnicity, socio-economic and other factors. All members of the pupillage recruitment panel have undertaken training provided by the Bar Council in relation to fair recruitment and to equality and diversity. All pupillages are awarded with a view to tenancy. During this time our pupils will experience either prosecuting on behalf of the CPS in the Magistrates’ Court, assisting disclosure matters in CSE prosecutions, observing defence work in the Crown Court or observing work in the County Court, and the Immigration and Employment Tribunals. We have found that this structure works well and provides our pupils with a firm foundation for practice. We have also found that this approach works well for Chambers and for the pupil supervisors, and contributes to forming the kind of good working relationships which we achieve during pupillage and generally throughout Broadway House Chambers.

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