The Bar: Justice Observed
While solicitors' firms have recognised the value of allowing junior solicitors to apply for a judicial assistant post at the Court of Appeal, the same cannot be said for most barristers' chambers. Laurence Endres explains what the role involves and how it can be of immense value to any barrister's career
Imagine waking up on a Monday morning to start pupillage with one of the finest minds in the legal profession. Imagine arriving at work later that morning to find that you have to work on one of the most complex and high-profile appeal cases in recent years. Imagine then being put on the spot by three Lord or Lady Justices of Appeal who want to know why you have taken the view you have as to the disposal of the appeal.
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