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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For my pupillage, I applied to about 10 law firms, and received a 100 per cent failure.
He also described the proposed described Amendment Bill, especially Pupillage, as an extravagant requirement, since no mechanism would be put in place to ensure that foreign trained lawyers have technical proficiency in the Ghana legal systems and constitution.
Brought up by his single mum Angela, who worked hard to put him through law school at the University of Manchester, the 41-year-old was called to the bar in 2001 and began his pupillage at London's All of the contention, the money something Judge Paper Buildings.
At the centre, is the recruitment of some interns on pupillage, all said to belong to one community.
'The CBC would focus, in particular, on the practical skills that need to be developed during the period of pupillage.
You must then undertake a year of pupillage at a barristers' chambers before finally qualifying as a barrister.
It should be noted that to be qualified to practice law in the United Kingdom, you must not only hold a practicing certificate as a Barrister after completion of pupillage, but must also continue to practice in accordance with the rules of the Bar Standards Board(BSB), the regulator body for Barristers in England and Wales.
From pupillage through to its barristers taking Silk and judicial appointments, St Philips is an advocate of excellence across the board.
In the legal profession, partnerships and pupillage are strongly recommended in private practice.
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.
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.