We recognise that Quadrant Chambers’ continued success depends on recruiting the best talent. We are always happy to consider applications from leading practitioners and those with exceptional ability who have established practices in our areas of expertise.
In addition to our pupillage application procedure (details of which can be found on our pupillage pages) we have a dedicated committee of members who determine applications by established practitioners wishing to move to Quadrant. Applicants are welcome at all levels of seniority. Those who are just starting their careers at the bar must demonstrate potential to become a leading practitioner. More senior applicants are expected to have a track-record as a leading barrister and an established practice.
In every case, a candidate must be able to demonstrate first class intellectual ability, and must be able to provide evidence of excellent written and oral advocacy skills. Successful candidates will have exceptional interpersonal skills and will be able to demonstrate their ability to work as part of a team.
Our recruitment process is open to everyone and we encourage applicants from diverse or under-represented groups.
We are committed to equal opportunities and diversity and aim to select candidates for tenancy solely on merit irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. In accordance with BSB recommendations, we monitor all stages of our recruitment procedure to try and ensure that unfair discrimination is not taking place.
All applications are treated in strict confidence and any prospective applicant is invited to get in touch in the first instance with Chirag Karia QC.