Pupillage Fair 2019

Date: 26 October 2019

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Bush House, London


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The official Bar Council Pupillage Fair is the only recruitment event run by the Bar, for the Bar of the future. Join us at Bush House, London this October to interact with hundreds of the brightest prospective pupillage candidates from throughout England and Wales.

The fair is free for students to attend and provides them with the opportunity not only to explore 60+ exhibitor stands, but also to attend advisory sessions run in conjunction with the Inns of Courts and Specialist Bar Associations (CBA, ChBA, COMBAR, ELBA, FLBA and TECBAR).

Last year's event was attended by over 70 chambers and other Bar-related organisations, all of whom took the opportunity to showcase the diversity of the profession to over 700 students. 


Book your Chambers' place


Hosted By

The Bar Council is grateful to the King's College London Dickson Poon School of Law, who will host the event.

Date:   Saturday 26 October 2019

Time:   10:00-16:00

Venue:   Bush House, Strand, London, WC2R 1ES


Contact:   PupillageFair@BarCouncil.org.uk


View the Pupillage Fair programme


Chambers and organisations packages  

Standard booking: £670 (plus VAT) 

  • An area within your preferred practice area zone
  • Three 'staff' places
  • Refreshments throughout the day
  • Organisation logo displayed on the Pupillage Fair website
  • Organisation logo and short description included in the event brochure

 Premium booking: £870 (plus VAT) 

  • All of the standard booking benefits above, plus:
  • Inserts to be included in the delegate bags (two A4 inserts)
  • One extra exhibitor place with complimentary lunch




This event is available as part of the Bar Council's Annual Chambers Membership package. Chambers membership gives you access to a range of training and support throughout the year, chosen to suit your needs. 

Find out more about Annual Chambers Membership


Throught the Pupillage Fair, the Bar Council is committed to:

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  1. Reach - Broadening awareness of the Bar and what it has to offer.

  2. Education - Increasing understanding of the work done in different practice areas, and explaining what it is like to be a pupil and barrister in each area.

  3. Recruitment  - Providing students with the opportunity to target specific practice areas and sets; ensuring that exhibitors have the opportunity to promote what they have to offer to pupils.

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