The definitive student guide includes everything you need to know about the leading chambers operating in the UK, including pupillage numbers, money, junior and QC stats, gender diversity figures and proportion of Oxbridge-educated new tenants.
Legal Cheek’s Chambers Most List includes over 50 sets, including all the magic circle, the other major commercial chambers, the human rights outfits and the main regional powerhouses.
Each firm in the list has a detailed profile, from Legal Cheek’s perspective. The enhanced profiles also lead to each firm’s social media and graduate recruitment pages. The profiles include information such as what each firm is like to work in, how they have been performing recently, alongside an Insider Scorecard with the grades they received in the Legal Cheek Junior Barrister Survey 2018 – 2019.
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