Barristers’ Representative


The position of Barristers’ Representative requires a strong work ethic, good communication skills and a lot of dedication. Some may say that there is no point being a barrister. You have to put forward your reasons for disagreement and show them the benefits of heading straight for chambers. Being Barristers’ Representative means organising trips and information events, being a first port of call for information for those looking at a career at the bar, and making contact with barristers and other professionals. Bar events include Pupillage Fairs, information evenings and trips to Inns of Courts. We greatly enjoyed our time on the committee and made some good friends and relationships in the process.

How many?

This role has two vacancies.

Application process?

Application & Interview. If you wish to apply for this committee position, please email a completed application form to and by Friday 11th March.

Application Form