Vacancy to join our Property & Estates Team


Due to a vacancy arising within our busy Property and Estates team, we invite applications for tenancy from established practitioners of 10 – 20 years’ call.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate intellectual ability, excellent communication/advocacy skills, and an ability to work under pressure, as well as flexibility of thinking, sound judgment and good interpersonal skills. Candidates should also demonstrate marketplace awareness and a clear commitment to a specialist practice in Bristol with the Property and Estates team.

Applicants should send a CV, including names of referees, and covering letter to our head of chambers Anna Vigars. The covering letter should demonstrate why you are applying for the opportunity and provide evidence of the skills identified in the recruitment criteria above.

If you would like to discuss the opportunity further, please email our team leader, Matthew Wales, who will be happy to discuss any enquiries in confidence.

Our selection process aims to be rigorous and fair, and to comply with the BSB Handbook and Pupillage Handbook, and the Bar Council’s Fair Recruitment Guide. We select on the basis of ability and potential alone, without regard to disability, gender, race, age, sexual orientation or religious or political affiliation. Applications will be treated in confidence.

Deadline for applications: 31st October 2018.

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