Information about how you apply for pupillage at No. 1 High Pavement.
Applications are made on Chambers' own Pupillage Form. You may complete it by hand if you wish. It comprises two parts:
Part one: Records all personal details and will be separated from part two upon receipt. This is to enable Chambers to anonymise applications in line with current Fair Recruitment Practice.
Part two: The detailed application form that is considered in an anonymised format as outlined above.
Please ensure that you supply an email address and a telephone contact number. We will contact you via email throughout the process and only in exceptional circumstances via telephone.
All applicants should also complete an anonymous Equality and Diversity form for monitoring purposes.
Applications are submitted directly to Chambers by hand delivery and/or post, but not electronically (i.e. by email or by any other electronic means.)
Please address applications to:
Pupillage application, No. 1 High Pavement Chambers, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HF
All applications must have been received by 11am on the closing date for applications.
Before you apply please bear in mind that:
We are a purely criminal set.
We are not seeking applications for first, second or third sixes.
We only offer twelve month pupillages. We do not accept advance applications for the following year, nor are we willing to defer pupillage.
Equality and Diversity
We operate the Bar Council’s Equality and Diversity Code in relation to members, staff and pupils.
The members of the pupillage committee have received training from the Bar Council in fair recruitment practices.
We welcome applicants regardless of age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, gender reassignment, race, religion, marital status or disability.
Please let us know if you have a disability that may require us to make reasonable adjustment for the application or interview process.
No. 1 High Pavement is proud of our record in equality and diversity we nevertheless welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and encourage those who are traditionally unrepresented at the Bar.
All applicants should also download and complete an anonymous Equality and Diversity form for monitoring purposes.
It is not a mandatory requirement that this is completed, but it is helpful for chambers to collect such information to ensure that our recruitment procedures are fair. This should be submitted with the application form but note it will be separated off upon receipt and kept entirely separate from the application throughout the process.
If you have any queries, please email the clerks: email@example.com with the subject: ”Pupillage Enquiry”