Pupils are called upon to complete specific pieces of work for members. The work is varied and challenging and most of it is commercial in nature.
A lot of time is spent reading papers, preparing pleadings, advices and notes on specific questions of law are often required. A pupil can expect to accompany members of chambers to trials, appeals and, more frequently, interlocutory hearings. If pupils wish to experience particular areas of work, that can usually be arranged.