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Advocacy Pupillage Programme

Advocacy has developed a structured and challenging Pupillage programme. Our aim is to ensure that a Pupillage with us is a stimulating and exciting experience and that the Pupil receives the support necessary to fulfil their potential.

We are recruiting a general civil pupil barrister to commence pupillage in September 2021. The core practice areas will be Personal Injury, Occupational Health, Costs and general insurance litigation.

It is envisaged that the pupil with be based in Leeds (Bridgewater Place, 1 Water Ln, Leeds LS11 5DY) although the location may be flexible depending on candidate and business preference.

This is a fantastic opportunity to train at a global legal business. Advocacy operates much like an in-house set of chambers. Our barristers and advocates offer specialist advocacy and advisory services to colleagues within DWF Group as well as external clients. Our accredited pupil supervisors, themselves externally trained, have set up a comprehensive pupillage experience.

Apply now and download our application form.

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For further information or questions about our pupillage programme please email: pupillage@dwf.law

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