Third Six Pupillage

We actively encourage applications for third six pupillage from pupils who wish to practice in a well-established common law set or in one of our specialist practice areas. We are particularly looking for those who wish to pursue a career at the family bar, due to a surplus of work at the junior end.

We view third six pupils as future junior tenants. You can expect to be in court most days, and to undertake an interesting variety of work. Third six pupils generally earn more than those in second six (where we guarantee income of at least £10,000 over the period) and benefit from a reduced rent.

Tenancy applications are considered towards the end of third six. We have a good rate of retention.

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How to apply

We welcome applications for third six pupillage from excellent candidates. We do not have a fixed recruitment period. If you would like to have a confidential, no obligations discussion before submitting an application, you are invited to contact our Chambers Director by telephone or email.

Applications for a Third Six should be made by CV with covering letter explaining why you wish to join Chambers. Please also set out whether you wish to have a common law practice, or the area of practice in which you wish to specialise . Please supply the following information:

1. Payment summary for the last 6 months;
2. Summary of aged debt;
3. Diary (anonymized if necessary) for the last 12 months;
4. References.

We carefully consider all applications and arrange interviews where appropriate. Currently interviews take place via videolink. We will endeavour to make a decision about all applications without delay.

Application Process