Crown Office Chambers. They offer up to 3 pupillages per year, which give you an opportunity to experience work across the range of chambers’ practice areas. In your second six you will have plenty of opportunities to appear in Court in your own right: from day one of your second six you can expect to be in the County Courts dealing with applications and small claims trials before rapidly progressing to more complex matters. They try to ensure that you spend time with at least one supervisor who has a construction and insurance practice, and one who has a personal injury or clinical negligence practice. However, you can expect to see work in all of Chambers practice areas across your pupillage. In your second six your own work is likely to have an emphasis on personal injury and general contractual disputes, often instructed by major insurers and local authorities.
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