PERMANENT: Salary: £18,000
Littleton Chambers, Temple, London, are looking to employ a Junior Clerk to work within their busy clerk’s room.
It is important that the applicant should be able to demonstrate a willingness to learn, show considerable initiative, able to work alone and as part of a team, have ability to work in a pressured environment as well as being smartly presented, a good communicator, with an upbeat pro-active attitude and a keen ambition to learn and progress their career as a barrister’s clerk.
Applicants with some experience would be preferred, but all applicants will have a minimum of 5 GCSE’s at Level B or above, to include English and Mathematics.
The role includes:
• Collection and distribution of incoming & outgoing DX and mail;
• Photocopying and maintaining the state of the post room;
• Transporting of books and papers to/from Court for our members;
• Researching authorities in libraries and on the internet;
• Develop familiarity with the general objectives and priorities of the Clerks room;
• Assisting with the provision of refreshments for clients & visitors, as necessary; and
• On-the-job training.
Starting salary will be £18,000 and Littleton Chambers offers a discretionary bonus scheme for its employees as well as an interest free Season Ticket loan.
A full Job Description is available on request from Chambers People.
All applications, in confidence, to:
Chambers People, Three Kings Court, 150 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2DQ
Email: or telephone 020 7583 2401 for further details
Closing date for applications is Friday 13th January 2017
Direct and Third party applications received by Littleton Chambers
will be directed to Chambers People
Littleton Chambers and Chambers People are fully committed to the principle of equality of opportunity. It is their policy to treat everyone equally and fairly regardless of their background, racial group, age, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, religion or belief, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or political persuasion.