18th August, 2023

We are seeking applicants for a Junior Clerk

9 St John Street Chambers has a vacancy for a Junior Clerk. Assigned primarily to the Employment, Business and Property and Personal injury teams the role will help deliver vital administrative support to our barristers and clients.

Good written and verbal skills, a polite manner, the ability to deal with urgent tasks accurately and to adapt to changing demands calmly is essential.

This is an excellent and exciting opportunity to begin your clerking career with possibilities for learning, development and progression.

Applications in writing with a covering CV to Natalie Roach, 9 St John Street Chambers, 9 St John Street, Manchester, M3 4DN or by email to natalie.roach@9sjs.com by Monday 4 September, 2023.

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