Henderson Chambers is seeking to recruit established practitioners in its main areas of practice. Applications are particularly encouraged from practitioners of between five and twelve years’ call.
Enquiries (including all information provided by applicants and referees) will be treated in strictest confidence. We consider applications on an equal opportunity basis and are committed to equality and diversity amongst our member, pupils, and staff, in a workplace for all that is free from discrimination and harassment. We welcome applications from those groups under-represented at the Bar. All applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief. We always make reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabled applicants. References will be taken in confidence and will not be disclosed to applicants.
Henderson Chambers has a website dedicated to Pupillage. Please visit our site at www.hendersonpupillage.co.uk
Chambers Student Guide: “Henderson should draw your eye for its fascinating group action work and rigorous assessment and training of its pupils. It certainly gets top marks from us”. “Stuffed full of bright, charming and diligent barristers and interesting work, Henderson offers pupils great advocacy opportunities and quality feedback on their work – we can’t recommend it highly enough.”
3rd Six Pupillage
Recruitment for Third Six Pupillage has concluded. Recruitment news for 2024 will be posted here from June 2024.
Our Third Six pupils have 2 seats of 3 months each and will usually be considered for tenancy towards the end of this period. Pupils are expected to go to Court regularly on their own account.
Chambers provides a grant of £30,000 and guaranteed earnings of £7,500.
Chambers is a signatory to the Bar Council’s Third Six Pupillage Good Practice Guidelines.