Landmark Chambers

Opportunities to join one of the UK’s leading Chambers
Unprecedented growth in work across all of our practice areas has created a need and opportunities for

additional barristers to join our successful, award-winning set.

Landmark has a market-leading reputation across planning and environmental law, property, and public law and now seeks excellent barristers - ranging from very junior barristers in their first one to three years of practice through to more experienced Juniors - across our core practice areas. We offer exceptional clerking, accommodation and administrative support for barristers and a competitive charging structure alongside access to high quality work and a supportive, friendly and collegiate professional working environment.

We are committed to equality and diversity and consider all applications on an equal opportunity basis. 

For an initial discussion, in confidence, and to find out more about how to make a formal application, contact Landmark’s CEO, Paul Newhall on 020 7421 1352 or at pnewhall@landmarkchambers.co.uk 

Chambers and Partners says: “The quality of work is exceptional”, “[Landmark is] a stand-out set”, and describes counsel as “extremely confident, capable, proactive and commercial”.

Legal 500 notes: “The silks are a cut above, the juniors are strong and the clerking is excellent.”

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