To stand any chance of getting through the recruitment process in chambers, Stephen Innes advises applicants to make sure their CV demonstrates their intelligence, potential as an advocate, personal qualities and motivation to succeed
Two points may be worth making at the outset of this article. The first is that my own experience is limited to that of the pupillage recruitment process at my own chambers, Four New Square (aside from anecdotal experience gained from friends in other sets of chambers).
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