Our mini-pupillages are usually for a period of one week, during which mini-pupils will be given the opportunity to shadow barristers and observe their work in a variety of areas of practice covered by our Barristers.


Due to the number of requests for mini-pupillage that we receive, applicants for mini-pupillage must have completed two years of their undergraduate law degree or commenced the Graduate Diploma in Law course.


Applicants for mini-pupillage should send their CV and a covering letter to Alex Carter-Gaunt, or email clerks@stalbanschambers.com


Equal Opportunities

St. Albans Chambers is committed to equality of opportunity. It is our policy to treat everyone equally and fairly and we assess candidates for pupillage and tenancy on merit alone, without reference to their background, racial group, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, religion or belief, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation or disability.


For our full Equal Opportunities Policy click here, and for our Anti-Harassment Policy click here.


For our Reasonable Adjustments Policy please click here.

Our Expertise

St. Albans Chambers has recently formed Alban Resolution Centre to provide for the demand in mediations.


For more information please click here



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Matthew Jarvis, Solicitor, Edwards Duthie (Ilford).