pupillage


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pupillage

(ˈpjuːpɪlɪdʒ) or

pupilage

n
1. (Education) the condition of being a pupil or duration for which one is a pupil
2. (Law) the condition of being a pupil or duration for which one is a pupil
3. (Law) (in England) the period spent by a newly called barrister in the chambers of a member of the bar
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Judge Briggs was called to the Bar in 1969 - a year after the formation of the then Teesside Constabulary - and carried out his pupillage in London before returning to Teesside.
She then started pupillage as a barrister at Derwent and Tamar Chambers in September this year under the mentorship of Chris Gunson SC and Kate Cuthbertson.
He was called to the Bar in 1975 and undertook pupillage and became a tenant at 60 Grainger Street, Newcastle, later to become Trinity Chambers.
After studying at Newcastle and Northumbria universities, he secured a pupillage with Richard Bloomfield at York Chambers.
uk THURS, JAN 28 Meet & greet Liverpool Law Society members All newly qualified solicitors and pupil barristers from firms and chambers in Merseyside and the surrounding area, qualifying or completing pupillage between January 1, and December 31, 2015 are eligible to attend this free event where Merseyside Junior Lawyer Division members can meet senior solicitors, partners and members of the Liverpool Law Society to gain an insight into how the local Law Society can help support their career.
He told the graduates of how he had challenged the stereotypes presented to him as a young man, achieved success at university, gained a scholarship and pupillage and is currently applying to be a QC.
In 2014 Mr Lawal was elected by his fellow members of chambers to sit on the pupillage and tenancy committee.
She was called to the Bar in 2001 and completed her pupillage at Hogarth Chambers, Lincoln's Inn.
After school, he stayed in London (even now, his English is fluent and with hardly any trace of an accent), studied Law and passed the Bar exam -- but then, at the moment when aspiring barristers start their pupillage, the siren call of Cyprus and the family business began to sound in his ears, drawing him back.
Digby's immediate objective was to find employment, making necessary the completion of his pupillage in Neil Lawson's chambers to enable him to practise as a barrister.
I started to look through them and I picked up a couple of brewing books and read them and then I went and did a brewing pupillage with Timothy Taylors in Keighley.
For if he hadn't encountered the foundational elements of evolutionary theory in his early Greek studies, and if he hadn't read Huxley's favorable review of Origin in The Times, as early as 1859 when he was hotly debating doctrinal matters during his pupillage with Hicks at around this time, he would surely have heard something of the famous debate between Huxley and Wilberforce a year later in 1860, which advanced public understanding of the theory of evolution.