7 KBW. They offer four 12-month pupillages. You will normally be attached to one pupil supervisor for at least the first two months of pupillage and will be involved in every aspect of your practice. You will then change pupil supervisor about every two months or so for the remaining time as a pupil. The work is diverse. A large component will be helping in the preparation of trials and applications and attending Court with your pupil supervisor. It will also include drafting statements of case, researching the law, writing opinions and attending conferences, where advice is given and the case is discussed with solicitors, clients and expert witnesses. Their areas of expertise include: Admiralty, Aerospace & Aviation, Arbitration, Banking & Finance, Commercial Fraud, Commodities, Energy & Natural Resources, Entertainment & sport, European Law, General Commercial Disputes, Injunctions & Arrests, Insurance, International Trade, Jurisdiction, Professional Negligence and Shipping.
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