Third Six Pupillage
Landmark Chambers is now accepting applications for an exceptional candidate to undertake a third six pupillage, starting in October 2021.
Landmark is a modern and innovative Chambers based in London, which offers integrated advocacy and advice in planning and environmental, property and public law.
We are ranked as the number one planning, property and environmental Chambers in the UK by the top legal directories. Landmark is consistently regarded as one of the leading sets in our other main areas of work and have consistently won Real Estate Set of the Year and Planning/Environmental Set of the Year at the Chambers UK Bar Awards. Members have been involved in some of the most significant cases and inquiries in recent years, including Crossrail and HS2, the third runway for Heathrow, the Supreme Court hearing on the prorogation of Parliament, the Supreme Court property cases General Motors UK Ltd v The Manchester Ship Canal Co Ltd and Peel Water Services Ltd and Regency Villas Title Ltd and others v Diamond Resorts (Europe) Ltd, the Infected Blood and Child Abuse Inquiries and the infringement of LGBTQ+ rights case Jones v AG Trinidad & Tobago.
Chambers looks for articulate and intelligent individuals who can demonstrate effective advocacy skills and have a practical approach to problem solving. The successful candidate will have strong analytical and drafting abilities and will be able to exhibit a commitment to developing a significant practice in at least one of Chambers’ areas of expertise.
Making an Application
To make an application, please send a copy of the following documents to our HR and Administration Manager, Natasha White-Foy (NWhiteFoy@landmarkchambers.co.uk),
- CV and cover letter;
- Two samples of written work completed during the course of the applicant’s pupillage; anonymised if necessary; and
- Two references.
The deadline for applications is 16:00 on Monday 2 August 2021 and interviews will be held during the week beginning Monday 9 August 2021.
Equality and Diversity
Chambers is committed to the furtherance of equality and diversity at the Bar. We are an equal opportunities employer and run a number of initiatives designed to promote equality, diversity and wellbeing. We encourage and welcome applications from women, people of minority ethnic origin and people with disabilities, as well as candidates from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector.