At Trinity Chambers we recognise that the best way of finding out about how a barristers’ chambers works and whether being a barrister is for you is by offering mini pupillages. This is basically an opportunity for those considering a career at the Bar to meet some of the barristers at Trinity and see some of the work that they do.
Trinity Chambers offers mini pupillages throughout the year. These are predominately aimed at university students of a University-based course in a legal discipline, although other applications will be considered. Mini-pupillages will usually only be offered to applicants demonstrating the highest standards of academic and extra-curricular achievements.
What can be expected from a mini pupillage at Trinity Chambers?
What is expected from mini pupils during their mini pupillage at Trinity Chambers?
There is no necessary preparation required prior to undertaking a mini pupillage at Trinity Chambers however, mini pupils will be expected:
It is a condition of undertaking a mini pupillage at Trinity Chambers that:
How to apply for mini pupillage at Trinity Chambers?
If you wish to apply for a mini pupillage please send to email@example.com your CV and a covering letter explaining which practice areas you are most interested in together with no more than two paragraphs detailing why you wish to undertake a mini-pupillage at Trinity Chambers and are best suited for the opportunity.
Unfortunately, owing to demand we cannot guarantee a mini pupillage to all those who apply. The number of mini pupillages we are able to offer each year is strictly limited as we have an extensive waiting list currently running at between 6 to 9 months.
Due to the volume of approaches we receive all applications must be sent electronically.
Cancellations of mini pupillages should be made as soon as possible. Please be aware that mini pupillages will only be re-scheduled for good reasons. In the event that a mini pupillage is re-scheduled, please note that alternative dates will already have been allocated and so cancellation will necessitate a lengthy wait.