We are a friendly and progressive set. Our members work together well and provide a supportive and encouraging work environment. Our staff team works with members to make their life and their practice work effectively together. We believe that we offer a great working environment and some of the best work life balance available at the Bar.
Our barristers are ambitious and hard-working, and work closely with our staff team to develop their careers in a way which suits them - whether that is through building a common law practice; or specialising in one of our practice areas; or developing a niche practice in a related area of law. Through regular practice meetings, we agree career plans and our staff support members with marketing and profile raising.
We are flexible and keen to support members with their lives outside the Bar – for example in academia, the judiciary or family life. We have enviable financial stability, and have successfully managed the financial challenges caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are actively recruiting new members in each of our practice groups. We are particularly keen to hear from family law specialists, due to a surplus of family work.
If you would like to have a confidential discussion prior to applying, you are welcome to contact our Chambers Director by telephone or email.
We are happy to consider all requests for flexibility either in the application process itself or during tenancy, and will do everything we can to accommodate those. Please either contact our Chambers Director or include information in your application. All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.
How to apply
If you wish to apply, please send us:
- Your CV and a covering letter describing your current practice, setting out why you want to join Chambers and your future business plan
- A copy of your diary for the last 2 years, and your billings for the same period
- Any references you would like to provide - particularly those from professional clients
All applications are reviewed by our Tenancy Committee and we usually arrange an interview promptly. We may ask junior candidates to undertake an advocacy exercise as part of the interview process.