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The beginning of August was ‘judgment day’ for many aspiring barristers – offer day for both Pupillage Portal (the centralised pupillage online application system) and many non-portal pupillages. After a long summer of interviews the big question was whether all that hard work had been worthwhile – did that elusive pupillage offer await worthy candidates?

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