Here is what some of our past pupils have to say about life during and after pupillage.

Chris Canning

Whilst I was preparing to start as a pupil barrister by catching the last of the Greek sunshine in September 2015, preparations seemed to be underway in Chambers to welcome me and Kirsty.

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Kitty Geddes

If I had to give my past self any advice about how to approach the first weeks of tenancy it would be take a holiday. A proper one. Not a Thursday to Sunday kind of holiday where you travel eight hours.

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Gregory Burke

A great advantage of these chambers is our broad range of practice. Every junior tenant works across most of these areas for the first two years before starting to sharpen the focus of their practice to two or three areas.

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Kirsty Lea

Chambers is a family. Each and every member of Chambers is approachable and willing to share their knowledge and experience with you. Everyone wants you to succeed, and there is a real sense of comradery within Chambers.

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Nia Frobisher

I applied for pupillage at 7BR as it was clear from my research that Chambers were highly regarded in a number of my preferred areas but was also one of the few truly mixed common law sets in London.

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Kat Shields

I thoroughly enjoyed being a pupil at 7BR. During my BPTC I heard many horror stories from friends about their pupillages, but my time as a pupil was full of interesting challenges and experiences.

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