12 month Pupillages


Recruitment for October 2018 will be via the Pupillage Gateway, please check back here in early 2017 when the details of application timelines will be posted.

Third six pupillages

If you are interested in a third six pupillage, please download and fill in our application form, clearly stating the centre to which you wish to apply and the practice group or groups in which you are interested. Please note that we are unable to accept applications by covering letter and c.v.

Applications should be emailed to pupillage@3pb.co.uk

If you have any queries regarding pupillage, please send them by email to pupillage@3pb.co.uk.

Current Opportunities

3PB Barristers invites suitable candidates to apply for a third six-month pupillage in its Business & Commercial law team. We are interested in applications from pupils who are completing (or who have already completed) a pupillage and have gained advocacy and paperwork experience.
3PB Barristers are a multi-disciplinary chambers organised into 6 specialised practice teams. The successful candidate will join the Business & Commercial law team. They must have an interest in, and experience of, Chancery and Commercial work, and a wish to develop their practice further within these specialisms. They would be based in London, but expected to travel for court work generally and to spend some time at our other centres in Bristol, Oxford, Birmingham, Bournemouth & Winchester.
All third six pupils will be fully supervised and assessed, with the prospect of being awarded a tenancy after six months.
Visit our website (www.3pb.co.uk/business) for further information about chambers.

To apply, please complete the application form (at http://www.3paper.co.uk/join_us/pupillage) and submit it along with a covering letter to david.fielder@3pb.co.uk. CVs may optionally be provided. Interviews will be conducted in the last week of July 2016, so applications should sent so as to arrive by no later than 22 July 2016.


All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence and in compliance with the Bar Council's Equality and Diversity rules.