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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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The Path to Pupillage: A Guide for the Aspiring Barrister 3rd ed (eBook)

ISBN13: 9780414049963
Published: April 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
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The Path to Pupillage: A Guide for the Aspiring Barrister is the essential guide for anyone considering a career as a barrister, from the sixth former to those at the final stage of the Bar Course.

This book considers each step of the route to pupillage, the final and most competitive stage of a barrister’s training, offering detailed advice on everything from choosing the Bar as a career to succeeding in pupillage interviews.

Drawing on the authors’ own recent experiences as well as interviews with over 50 experts – law students, barristers from leading chambers, pupillage committee members and senior judges – this unique insider view removes the mystery from an increasingly competitive and daunting process. Its aim is to equip the reader, regardless of background, with the knowledge and the skills necessary for success.

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Part One: A Career at the Bar
Part Two: First Steps to the Bar
Part Three: Training
Part Four: Gaining Experience and Developing your Talents
Part Five: Choosing your Practice
Part Six: Getting Pupillage