Mini-pupillage with Lamb Building is an opportunity to gain an invaluable insight into life at the common law bar. A mini-pupillage usually lasts one week, where you will be given the opportunity to accompany a member of chambers to court and in conference and experience a variety of areas of the law. The three main areas of law that you will be exposed to as a mini-pupil will include criminal law, family law and immigration.
Applications for mini-pupillages will only be accepted in writing. Please send a covering letter, outlining your dates of availability and the areas of law you are interested in, and CV to Chambers, addressed to Laura Bayles. You will receive a reply by e-mail if your application is successful.
We regret that chambers does not accept applications for mini-pupillage from applicants who are under 18 years of age.
Due to high demand, we are not able to reply to unsuccessful applicants.
If undertaking a mini-pupillage at Lamb Building, you will be required to give a promise of confidentiality by signing an undertaking to that effect. This is a requirement of the Bar Council. Successful applicants will be notified of the terms and conditions of mini-pupillage prior to commencement.