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16th April, 2018

Reaching for the Stars: is social mobility hitting its stride?

An interesting and thoughtful piece from Louise Brandon in this month's counsel magazine. Jaime Hamilton also contributes, demonstrating how chambers is making the process of applying for pupillage fairer to encourage the barristers of the future.

Click here to read the article.

Click here to view Louise Brandon's profile.

Click here to view Jaime Hamilton's profile.



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