Pupillage Application Advice

Each January we hold advice sessions for all members of the Inn seeking pupillage.

This is valuable opportunity to receive tailored feedback on your pupillage applications from a practising member of the Inn.

Advice sessions are 45 minutes and will take place online at a time between 18.00 - 20.30 on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, 12 January 2022
  • Tuesday, 18 January 2022

If you would like to attend one of these sessions, you must complete the registration form below by Monday 8 November. You will then be sent a draft pupillage application form via email, which must be submitted by the end of November. 

Registration Form

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This scheme is only available to members of the Inn.
This can be found on your membership card.
Please indicate up to 3 preferences, 1 being the highest preference. If you do not have 3 preferences from this list, select ‘Other/No preference’ where appropriate.
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Please indicate up to 3 specific interests. Only list the practice area(s) here, in order of preference. If you wish to elaborate, please do so in the ‘Additional Information’ section below
If you are a disabled person within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010, please select 'yes' in order to discuss with the Inn what, if any, reasonable adjustments need to be made to enable you to participate in all aspects of the Inn's activities.
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Want to know more?

  • Pupillage

    Further information regarding pupillage, its structure, how to apply and training during pupillage is provided by the Bar Standards Board.

    Visit the Bar Standards Board website

  • The COIC Pupillage Matched Funding Scheme

    Helping to provide additional pupillages

    Find out more

  • New Practitioner Courses

    The compulsory New Practitioners Programme

    New Practitioner Courses