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11th September, 2014

9 St. John Street are seeking to recruit criminal practitioners

The Criminal Team at 9 St. John Street are seeking to recruit criminal practitioners. Having analysed recent patterns of work a need to expand the team has been identified. We are particularly interested in applicants of over ten years call who are level 3 or 4 accredited advocates on the CPS Panel and who are on the specialist rape and sexual offence panel.

The recruitment ethos at 9 St. John Street has always been to recruit in order to service the clients of chambers rather than simply seeking to grow in size. We have a team of dedicated, specialist clerks who are very active in marketing chambers and the individuals within the Criminal Team. The combined efforts of all those involved at 9 St. John Street now leads to the need to recruit.

Anyone wishing to speak confidentially about the recruitment process, the structure of chambers or life at 9 St John Street may speak in the first instance to Jaime Hamilton - jaime.hamilton@9sjs.com

Candidates should apply by 4pm, 26th September 2014 and send their covering letter and CV to Robert Darbyshire.



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