1MCB Chambers is a multidisciplinary human rights set with an ongoing commitment to access to justice for all members of the community.  Chambers is friendly, with established and supportive teams across a range of disciplines, and is focused on a creative and innovative business approach. In recognition of our work, 1MCB Chambers was awarded Outstanding Set for Diversity and Inclusion in the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2021.

We are currently looking to recruit a third six pupil with an interest in developing a criminal and housing practice.  During third six candidates will primarily be expected to cover chambers’ criminal work and should have at least six months’ experience, including summary trials, Crown Court advocacy and experience of possession, disrepair and homelessness.

We expect that pupils will spend approximately two days per week doing magistrates’ court work, in addition to housing hearings and paperwork.

All candidates should demonstrate a proactive approach to developing their own practices, have a commitment to chambers’ ethos and a desire to contribute to chambers.

Third six pupils will be allocated a supervisor and will benefit from ongoing support throughout their time with us.  As a third six pupil, you will have the benefit of a positive and collaborative working environment, and the opportunity to build a multi-disciplinary practice alongside established and well-recognised practitioners in both housing and crime.

Third six pupils will receive guaranteed earnings on a monthly basis of £1250 for the first three months.

Applicants should email a CV and covering letter to lauren.hibbard@1mcb.com.

There is no deadline for this position. We will remove the advert from the website once we have recruited a suitable candidate.

Chambers is committed to the equality & diversity code for the Bar.

We particularly encourage and welcome applications from African, Asian and other minoritised groups, women and persons with disabilities.