Worth taking a chance on
To be completely honest, chancery chose me rather than me choosing it. At law school I was keen on a whole load of subjects, but knew I would have to specialise eventually. I didn't begin my university studies with law - I was a musician. But that never felt like it was the right thing for me so I made a quick side-step to law school. After law school I qualified as a solicitor in New South Wales (I'm from Sydney) and worked in a commercial law firm for a few months and then as an associate for a chancery judge for about a year.
Serle Court barristers Gareth Tilley and James Mather on why the often overlooked area of chancery law is a good bet for aspiring barristers
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