Mini-pupillages within Chambers typically last one week. Chambers does not reimburse travel and accommodation expenses. To apply, please contact Richard Evans with your CV and a covering letter, including your dates of availability. Chambers particularly welcomes applications from groups that are under-represented at the Criminal Bar.
We currently have a large backlog of Mini-Pupillage applications that have built up over the lockdown period and therefore the earliest date for a Mini Pupillage to take place will be February 2023. We thank you for your understanding. If you have any queries regarding this, please email: email@example.com.
Chambers is a member of the Pegasus Access and Support Scheme (PASS) as established by the Inner Temple.
The aim of PASS is to improve access to the Bar profession and to support high-achieving students from under-represented backgrounds by providing the experiences they need to be able to thrive at the Bar. PASS aims to do this by securing a mini-pupillage in Chambers for each participant. The Inner Temple covers the associated travel and accommodation costs for PASS so that the participants can fully enjoy the mini-pupillage experience and the development programme.
For further information and to apply to become a participant of the PASS scheme, please click here.