Pupillage Inside Out: How to Succeed as a Pupil Barrister
Every aspiring barrister must undertake pupillage in order to gain tenancy at a barrister set. Not all pupils are successful.
The life of a barrister in England and Wales is cloaked in tradition – from the Inns of Court, to the wigs and gowns, to the clerks and the cab-rank system. There are rules and conventions governing every aspect, and for every modern set keen to dispel the mystery, there is another yet shrouded in it.
Based on the authors’ own recent experience and the wisdom of their peers, clerks, and supervisors, this is the ultimate guide to pupillage, demystifying the process and providing practical advice to all aspiring barristers navigating this crucial stage in the path to practice.
The book covers such topics as what to wear, relationships with other pupils, social events and how to behave, to finances and what to expect at the end of pupillage.
Pupillage Inside Out is the essential guide for all those embarking on this crucial step in the path to becoming a barrister.
|Publisher:||Sweet & Maxwell|
|Author(s)||Sokol, D and McArdie, I|