Tenants and Associates

We welcome applications from barristers with established practices who are of wholly exceptional ability and quality and who share Chambers' core values. For a confidential discussion, please call or email our Chief Executive, Mark Dembovsky.

 

CURRENT VACANCIES:

EMPLOYMENT AND DISCRIMINATION LAW

APPLICATIONS FOR TENANCY FROM EXPERIENCED BARRISTERS OF OVER 10 YEARS’ CALL WITH A SUBSTANTIAL EMPLOYMENT AND DISCRIMINATION LAW PRACTICE

Doughty Street Chambers has a long-established and highly regarded expertise in employment law, particularly in relation to discrimination cases. 

Members of our Employment and Discrimination Team have appeared in many of the leading appellate cases and also regularly practise in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and the civil courts.  We are known for our legal acumen, quality of service and dedication to our clients.  Doughty Street Chambers benefits from and encourages a multi-disciplinary approach, with members of the Team also practising successfully in public law, regulatory work, actions against the police, immigration and education, including litigating discrimination claims in these areas.

The continued development of our work in this area means that group or individual applications for tenancy are invited from experienced barristers of over 10 years’ call, with established employment and discrimination law practices.  Applicants should have a demonstrable commitment in human rights. 

Applicants should apply by completing and submitting the application form by Friday 19th January 2018.  All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.  

 

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