We value equality and diversity and we welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds and all sectors of the community. Candidates for pupillage and for tenancy are assessed solely on the grounds of merit. If you are disabled and require any adjustments to be made at any stage of the application and selection process then please inform us of this and we will attempt to accommodate your needs.
At Kings Chambers, we believe that our clients’ interests are best served by strong dedicated teams in an uncompromising attitude to quality and client service. Kings Chambers is committed to providing clients with high quality specialist legal services through barristers with the highest reputation for advocacy, knowledge, and professional standards.
Kings Chambers and the members therein have a national reputation. Chambers is based in Manchester, Leeds, and Birmingham though members work all over the country and outside the jurisdiction.
Chambers is divided into the following departments:
Within those departments members offer a number of areas of specialisms, details of which can be found by reference to the entries for the relevant departments on the website.
One of our most recent pupils has put together his top ten tips for pupillage at Kings Chambers. Click here to view.
Kings Chambers was founded in Manchester in 1946, with premises in Leeds opening in 1996 and Birmingham in 2012. We are firmly established as a leading civil set, trusted by national and international law firms, public and private sector organisations and individuals who all value the first-class representation and practical and commercial advice that Kings Chambers prides itself on.
The set now comprises more than 120 barristers including 20 King’s Counsel and combines advisory work with litigation and advocacy services. Our Members regularly appear in courts and tribunals across the country and frequently appear in leading cases in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. We are ranked nationally as one of the country’s leading sets, providing barristers with the highest reputation in their fields of expertise.
Personal injury barrister Matthew Baron shares insights into his journey from pupil to barrister.
Business and property barrister Ian Cooper provides a glimpse into his typical day as a junior barrister.
Court of protection barrister Ifsa Mahmood sheds some light on the reality of a career as a barrister.