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  • Finding a pupillageJack Denton, Co-founder & Director, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    Landing a pupillage is tough. There are only around 450 pupillages available each year. To put that into context, around 1,500 people complete the BPTC every year and can continue applying

  • How hard is it to get a pupillage?Natasha Jones

    Aspiring barristers will have heard many stories about how competitive the Bar is, with the number of applicants per pupillage advertised increasing year-on-year. But why is the application process so competitive? What does it entail? How can you increase your chance of success? We answer your burning questions.

     

  • Problems finding a pupillagePaul Harris, Co-founder & Director, AllAboutLaw

    It is not guaranteed that you will find a pupillage immediately on completing your BPTC. You may have applied to several chambers, but either you’ve not heard from them at all,

  • Pupillage applicationsBilly Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    You have your heart set on a career at the Bar, despite everyone advising you against it. “It’s far too competitive… Hardly anyone secures a pupillage!” you hear them cry. But

  • The realities of gaining pupillageMaudie Powell-Tuck, AllAboutLaw

    When you decide to pursue a career at the Bar, you may find some people advising you against it, from career advisers and university lecturers to barristers on mini-pupillages.

  • What is a pupillage?Charlie Phillips, Author of Working in Law 2013

    Barristers’ pupillages last one year, and are divided into two six-month stages, known as ‘sixes’. The first ‘six’ is referred to as the ‘non-practising’ six, since the pupil is not yet