Applications for pupillage in 2019 have now closed. Successful applicants will hear from us in due course.

First round interviews are expected to take place on the 8 June 2019 and second round interviews on 15 June 2018. More details will provided about the interviews if you are selected.

About us

Chambers was founded 40 years ago as a radical set with the aim of representing all sectors of the community and in particular disadvantaged groups. Chambers has since grown and developed to cover many areas of practice but we continue to have a strong commitment to ensuring access to justice for all through first-class representation. We are committed to representation of legally aided clients, which we believe is critically important at a time when legal aid cuts continue to have a pernicious effect. In addition to our legally aided work many of our members are involved with pro bono work in local communities and internationally with the same aim of working with vulnerable groups.

Chambers prides itself on its multi-disciplinary character, ensuring the best representation for our clients by benefiting from expertise within and across practice areas. Our areas of practice include crime, immigration, housing and community care, employment, family law, public and administrative law, international law, extradition, regulatory law, mental health, prison law and inquests.

Sponsored pupillage

Please note that chambers does not accept applications for sponsored pupillage.

Mini pupillage

1MCB Chambers offers a mini pupillage programme, details of which can be found here. You do not need to complete mini-pupillage with us as a prerequisite to applying for pupillage.

Enquiries

Please address any enquiries concerning pupillage to Bernadette Smith.