Tenancy

As a barrister at Garden Court North Chambers, you can make a real difference to the lives of ordinary people in a progressive and modern set surrounded by like-minded, ethos-driven colleagues.

Due to significant demand across our core practice areas and our programme of strategic growth, Garden Court North Chambers is recruiting and invites applications from practitioners who share our commitment to social justice.

What can tenancy at Garden Court North Chambers offer you?

  • A progressive, democratic organisation where your views matter
  • A chambers committed to the equal treatment of all regardless of race, colour, ethnicity, disability, neurodiversity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, religion and belief
  • A working environment that is free from discrimination and harassment
  • A committed and skilful Practice Management Team providing support across key areas of practice development, fee collection, finance, marketing and communications
  • A collaborative working environment where your practice is supported and developed
  • The opportunity to develop a multi-disciplinary practice across Chambers’ complementary areas, developing valuable and unique insight
  • Mentoring, career support and guidance
  • A chambers committed to ensuring the fair and transparent allocation of work
  • A competitive rate of contribution with no fixed costs.

If you feel you can add value to the work of Garden Court North Chambers and would like to practice and develop in a supportive environment, please take a look at the vacancy information for the practice areas below and forward a copy of your CV with a covering letter to Annmarie Nightingale, Head of Practice Management, at anightingale@gcnchambers.co.uk.

We welcome requests to have an informal discussion, which can be with our Head of Practice Management and/or member of the relevant practice team. Please contact Annmarie Nightingale to arrange a mutually convenient time. All conversations will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Applications from underrepresented groups at the Bar are particularly welcome.

If you are disabled, you are entitled to reasonable adjustments during the application and recruitment process. Should you wish to discuss reasonable adjustments we welcome and encourage you to do so by contacting our Operations Manager, Helen Hassall, at hhassall@gcnchambers.co.uk.

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