Mini-Pupillage Application

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1. Undergraduate education

(eg. 2nd year undergraduate degree, graduate studying for LLM, graduate studying for PGDL)
Please provide details for individual subjects including percentages where known
Prizes, references etc; if you are unable to provide exam results or a formal result or prediction, or you consider that your exam results to date do not reflect your ability you are encouraged to provide us with a reference or other materials which can inform our assessment.

2. Graduate education

(if applicable)

3. Other academic achievements

Please give details, including subject, institution and class obtained, for each.
Please list any scholarships, awards or prizes from University, college or Inn.

4. Secondary education

Give details of any taken, with results achieved.
Give details of any taken, with results achieved.

5. Other information

Please give any exceptional reasons relied upon to justify an application for Christmas or Easter.
Please give details of any advocacy experience to date (e.g. mooting, debating, interviewing, etc).
e.g. languages, sports, speechwriting, etc.
Any other information which you feel is relevant to your application.
Please state your present plans for your future career, explaining briefly the reasons you intend to pursue this course, and what steps you have taken so far (for instance mini-pupillages, mentoring schemes, workshops or other relevant experience).

Equal Opportunities

Chambers is committed to the implementation of the Equality and Diversity Rules in the BSB Handbook and to equality of opportunity regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, gender re-assignment, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion or belief, political persuasion, pregnancy or maternity.

To assist with this process, applicants for mini-pupillage are invited to complete the following form, but there is no obligation on you to do so. Any data collected in this way will be processed anonymously and forms no part of the application process. By submitting this form you consent to your data being processed as set out in this paragraph. Thank you.

1. Age

2. Disability

The Disability Act defines a person as having a disability if he or she 'has a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial or long-term, adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day to day activities'. Long term means 12 months or more.

3. Gender

4. Ethnicity

5. Religion or belief

6. Sexual orientation

7. Educational background

8. Other information