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1 Crown Office Row

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Chambers

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Competitive

  • Published:

    73 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    14 May 2022

Recruiting junior tenants at all levels

We are looking for energetic, experienced and able prospective tenants at all Junior levels in the fields of Clinical Negligence, Tax, Professional Discipline, Personal Injury/Abuse, Inquests/Inquiries, and Public Law, due to the high volume of work from leading Claimant and Defendant firms.

We currently have 27 Silks and 46 Juniors in London, and we strive to provide a happy and mutually supportive working environment.

Members benefit from clerking which, according to Chambers UK Bar Guide 2022, “…is second to none. They are excellent, responsive, extremely personable and nothing is too much trouble.

For more information visit our website 

Application letters with a full CV should be addressed to the Head of our Tenancy Committee, Margaret Bowron QC. If you would prefer an informal chat before applying, our Senior Clerk, Matthew Phipps, would be pleased to hold  an  informal confidential discussion.

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