1MCB Chambers is a multi-disciplinary human rights set with an ongoing commitment to access to justice for all members of the community. Chambers is supportive and has established teams across a range of disciplines. Our expertise in crime, public law and employment was recognised in the Legal 500 2016.
We are seeking applications from outstanding third-six pupils. We would particularly be interested to hear from applicants with an interest in developing a practice in housing and/or immigration.
During third-six candidates will primarily be expected to cover Chambers' criminal work and should have at least six months experience including summary trials and Crown Court advocacy. Chambers offers third-six candidates the opportunity to develop their civil practice, whilst also covering crime for Chambers, by guaranteeing a minimum of four days per month is allocated for the development of civil work.
All candidates should demonstrate a proactive approach to developing their own practices and have a commitment to Chambers' ethos. Third-six pupils will also have a supervisor and benefit from support throughout their time with us.
Third-six pupils are not charged rent or commission. Chambers is committed to the Equality & Diversity Code for the Bar. Applicants should submit a CV and covering letter to email@example.com.