About Mini Pupillage at Deans Court:
Deans Court Chambers traditionally offers a limited number of
2-day and 3-day placements to exceptional University students considering
studying for the Bar. Our purpose is to allow candidates to consider whether
they are suited to this unique and challenging career. Mini-pupillages at Deans
Court Chambers are not assessed, nor is a mini-pupillage at Deans Court
Chambers a necessary condition of a full pupillage application.
Placements are generally available with our Criminal team (normally based in Preston), Family team (normally based in Manchester) and Personal Injury team (normally based in Manchester).
We regret that we are unable to take applicants under the age of 19 in any event.
What we are looking for:
Applicants are expected to show similar potential to candidates for full pupillage and priority will be given to applicants in their second year or early part of the final year of their law degree or in the early part of their CPE/GDL year. Regrettably, candidates with less than AAA at A-level or who have not achieved 2:1 results to date are unlikely to be considered save in exceptional circumstances. A declaration of confidentiality must be completed before the mini-pupillage is undertaken.
In response to the demand for mini-pupillage experience, we have introduced an annual one-day Mini-Pupillage event which takes place at our Manchester Chambers. Further details of this event will appear on this page at the relevant time.
How to apply:
- Applications for mini-pupillage (whether the one-off events or normal placements) should be made electronically with a curriculum vitae in Word or PDF form only please to email@example.com in the first instance.
- In the unlikely event that a candidate is unable to apply electronically, a written application may be addressed to The Pupillage Administrator at Deans Court Chambers, 24 St John Street, Manchester M3 4DF.
- Please state any dates of non-availability.
- Applicants are asked to identify their preference for Crime, Family or Civil (although no guarantees can be made).