Trinity Chambers offers equality of opportunity to all applicants for pupillage without distinction by reference to age, disability, sex, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital or family status, religion, or political persuasion.
Trinity Chambers generally offers one or two twelve month pupillages each year. Unless otherwise specified, pupillages are only offered where there is the potential for the pupil to be taken on as a tenant in Chambers at the conclusion of the pupillage (subject of course to the pupil’s performance during pupillage).
A 2:1 degree is generally required.
The pupillage is usually divided into distinct periods spent in different practice groups within Chambers. Pupils are given the opportunity of experiencing work with a range of practitioners of differing levels of experience. During the second six months of pupillage, pupils also undertake a wide range of work themselves.
For successful pupils who go on to become tenants, Chambers operates a formal Junior Tenant Scheme (JTS) designed to provide additional support as needed to tenants under 5 years call. The JTS aims to smooth the transition from pupillage to a successful practice by utilising the experience of more senior practitioners and pupil supervisors over and above the support provided by the under 7 years’ call group.
Chambers offers a £10,000 award to each pupil during the first six months and guaranteed earnings of £17,500 during the second six. It is anticipated that billing should exceed £50,000 for the first full year of practice. Further details of the process and the selection criteria can be found here.
Application details and timetable for the next 12 month pupillage, commencing in October 2022, are as follows:
Chambers is a non-Gateway set. Our pupillage vacancies are however all advertised on the Pupillage Gateway. All applications for pupillage must be made through our online application form submitted by email, we will not consider any applications submitted before 11am on 4th January 2021 in accordance with the above timetable. All applicants must email an Equality and Diversity questionnaire before emailing the application form.
Director of Pupil Training is Fiona Walker. The Deputy Director is James McHugh to whom all enquiries should be addressed in the first instance: J.McHugh@trinitychambers.co.uk.