We are currently seeking applications from outstanding third six pupils with an interest in either pursuing a criminal or civil 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 and Crown Court advocacy.

We offer successful third six candidates the opportunity to develop their civil practice (if they want to), 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, have a commitment to Chambers’ ethos and a desire to contribute to Chambers. Third six pupils will be allocated a supervisor and benefit from ongoing support throughout their time with us. Third six pupils are not charged rent or commission and travel outside of London will be reimbursed. Chambers is committed to the equality & diversity code for the Bar.

Applicants should submit a CV and covering letter to bernadette.smith@1mcb.com