6th January, 2023

9SJS Access Award and 9SJS Young Person Access Award 2023 launches today

Chambers announces the return of the 9SJS Access Award and excitingly, the launch of 9SJS Young Person Access Award in 2023!

Becoming a barrister can be tough, even more so if there are aspects of your life that make you feel that you cannot dedicate significant time and resources to your CV. We understand that mini pupillages and judicial marshalling can be expensive and time consuming. If you have a full-time job or caring responsibilities they are not easy to complete. The Bar can seem like a closed shop, especially if you do not know any barristers or even anyone in the legal profession.

To that end, our 9SJS Access Award and 9SJS Young Person Access Award allows candidates to choose which opportunities would help them the most.

Applications for the 9SJS Access Award are open to anyone who, as of 1st January 2023, is aged 19 and over. Applications for the 9SJS Young Person Access Award are open to anyone who, as of 1st January 2023, is aged between 16-18.

For further information on how to apply, please click here.



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