Thursday 26th November: 4:30pm-6.30pm

7BR invites you to join us for a ‘virtual mini-pupillage taster evening’ on Thursday 26th November at 4:30pm.

Unfortunately, many mini pupillages have been postponed this year. We know that makes it hard for students gain insight into various practice areas and chambers in advance of making pupillage applications. To combat this problem, on 26th November a panel of members including the Head of our Pupillage Committee, Silks and Juniors will be coming together to provide you with an snapshot of life at 7BR and what a pupillage with us looks like.

The session will include introductions into our key practice areas and overviews of ground-breaking and interesting cases in which our members were instructed. These include the recent Court of Appeal case of Swift v Carpenter, in which our Derek Sweeting QC (Chairman of the Bar Council) represented the successful claimant. We will also discuss what it is like to be a pupil at 7BR, the relationship you can expect with your pupil supervisor, how we support you into tenancy, and coming to the Bar as a second career.

All are welcome. The session will be held via GoToWebinar, to register please click hereYou will also have the opportunity to ask our panel any questions you may have.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, please call Chambers mainline number +44 (0)20 7242 3555 and you will be directed to the out of hours phone lines.

As a direct access client, please visit our direct access page and complete the initial form, a member of the clerking team will then be in touch to discuss the next steps.

Choosing the right barrister for your case can be difficult, with so many to choose from. Our clerks will be happy to guide you with your choice. Their wealth of knowledge and experience will help you decide the right barrister not just for the case but someone who will work with you.

Some barristers have the ability to “conduct litigation” for direct access clients. Our clerks will be able to assist you as to which of our members are trained and accredited to do so.

Please visit our direct access page for the initial steps on instructing a barrister, or contact our clerks on +44 (0)20 7242 3555.

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