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Regency Barristers Chambers

Regency Chambers is recruiting
Regency Chambers is based in Peterborough with excellent transport links to the Courts in London, the East

Midlands and East Anglia.

Having come through the pandemic unscathed we are now experiencing a huge increase in Family work, both
private law and public law. Regency Chambers are now seeking applications for tenancy from practitioners
at all levels of call to service this demand, including 3rd six applicants. Members of chambers are assisted

by an efficient, proactive clerking team with an emphasis on wellbeing.

Chambers also provides the latest IT infrastructure to enable secure remote working when necessary. With many members recommended in the Legal 500 and other directories, this is your opportunity to join a modern, forward thinking set.

Chambers can offer flexible and competitive packages for the right candidate. Applications should be made in the strictest of confidence to Head of Chambers, Christopher Bramwell or our senior clerk, Toby Lowther.

We are committed to being an inclusive and diverse set and welcome applications from all backgrounds.

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