Applications open until midday on Friday 30 October 2015
The Attorney General is seeking to appoint new members to one of his panels of junior counsel, the London C panel, to undertake civil and EU work for government departments.
London C panel
Membership of the London panels is open to both barristers and solicitors with the appropriate qualifications. Members of the C panel will be expected to have at least 2 years advocacy experience in actual practice (from end of the second 6 months’ pupillage for barristers, date of commencement of advocacy for solicitors).
There are vacancies on the panel in all areas of public and private law. The Attorney General is particularly looking to deepen capacity in Procurement, Construction, and IT. Many potential applicants in those areas will have less opportunity for advocacy but that is not a bar to applying.
Applicants are advised to read theand the
All applicants are required to complete aand a . All applicants are invited to complete the .
Completed applications must be received by midday on Friday 30 October 2015.
A and B panel
The next A and B panel competitions will take place early in 2016 with the advert appearing in Counsel Magazine at the end of February 2016.
The next competition to make appointments to the Regional Panel will take place in summer 2017.