Chambers of David Aaronberg QC.
Our barristers are dedicated to providing the best in client care – a friendly approach combined with first class advocacy and specialist advice. Our clerks are skilled in helping to identify the right barrister for each case and pride themselves on efficiency which is second to none.
With video conferencing facilities and in-house IT support, we are at the forefront in dealing with case handling in the digital age.
Our experienced immigration team provides specialist representation and advice in relation to all aspects of asylum under the Refugee Convention, including deportation and visa applications for students, entrepreneurs, visitors etc. under the Immigration Rules, as well as all aspects of appeals under the EEA Regulations.
Our specialist regulatory team is made up of members who appear before the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the General Pharmaceutical Council, the General Dental Council and mental health tribunals.
"An innovative, energetic and approachable set focused on bringing a fresh approach to legal services"
"well prepared, demonstrating complete mastery of the case at hand"
“highly regarded, talented and committed barristers”
"renowned for excellence"
"Dedicated barristers with an eye for detail"
Chambers has a strong commitment to equality of opportunity for all and welcomes applications from people from all sections of society, regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or religion.
If you are an established practitioner looking to move to Chambers with forward thinking colleagues and first class administrative support, then you may wish to apply for a tenancy with us. Chambers offers an exciting, and highly competitive flat rate percentage. To discuss this further, please contact our Head of Recruitment, Sophie Shotton or our Senior Clerk, Sean Gould, tel: 020 7842 1919.
All approaches are dealt with in the strictest of confidence.
We are currently inviting applications for third six pupillage to start immediately. We practice nationally, but pupils can expect to work primarily in London and the South East, and to be in court every day.
We are a friendly set and possess a firm commitment to equal opportunities. Pupils can expect to participate fully in Chambers life.
What we offer
We offer a first class pupillage which provides pupils with the breadth and depth of experience needed for a successful career at the Criminal Bar. We pride ourselves on ensuring that pupils are well supervised, and supported throughout their pupillage and have an excellent track record of recruiting tenants from those who have successfully completed a pupillage with us.
Pupillage at 15 New Bridge Street is divided into four periods of three months, each of which is spent with a different pupil supervisor. You will be expected to produce work for other members of Chambers throughout the year. You will receive informal feedback throughout your pupillage and formal feedback at the conclusion of each three-month period.
We are looking for the brightest graduates (from any university) to fill our pupillage places, but do not exclude anyone purely on the basis of their class of degree. We look for personality, all-round ability and commitment as well as considering your academic record. We are an equal opportunities employer.
A minimum monthly income is guaranteed.
How to apply
We offer up to two 12-month pupillages; Starting either April and or October. Chambers focuses on delivering a high standard of training and personal development and support.
All 12-month pupillages are offered by way of a non-OLPAS application form. The pupillages are, however, advertised on the OLPAS website. Application forms can be downloaded using the links below and the closing date for applications is 5pm on 4th of May every year.
Please direct any queries about pupillage to Beth Crocker.