As part of its policy of expansion, Atlantic Chambers is looking to recruit established practitioners of at least 5 years call in the fields of Family, Civil, Chancery and Commercial and Employment.
Applications from practitioners of under 5 years call will be considered in exceptional circumstances. Solicitors looking to transfer to the Bar with PQE will also be considered.
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Applications should be addressed to Simon Dawes, marked private and confidential.
There are currently no vacancies.
Atlantic Chambers is an equal opportunities employer, all job applications will be treated equally. Applications for tenancy, pupillage or employment are dealt with without regard to race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation. marital or civil partnership status, disability, age, religion or belief or pregnancy and maternity.
The only basis for selection will be the panel's considered opinion of the applicants suitability for the post.
Full details of our equality policy is available upon request..
Pupillage and Mini Pupillage
Atlantic Chambers offers short placements for mini-pupillage from April to September. Applicants are invited to apply during January and February each year. Due to the high level of demand, unfortunately we are unable to consider applications outside of this timescale. Applications should be in writing enclosing a current CV to Julie Evans at email@example.com
Atlantic Chambers encourage applications for pupillage from exceptional candidates with an interest in practising in all areas of law. The policy of Atlantic Chambers is to take pupils only with a view to the subsequent grant of a tenancy. We recruit through the pupillage gateway and any prospective candidate should refer to www.pupillagegateway.com for current vacancies.
Any general enquiries can be made to Chambers Administrator, Julie Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience has shown that juniors have the opportunity to receive fees in excess of £40,000 in their first twelve months of tenancy.