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Young Resolution

Devon Chambers was delighted to enter a team in the Young Resolution Quiz in Exeter on Thursday 18 November 2016. It was good to see so many from both sides of the profession in attendance to support the important work that this organisation does.

Devon Chambers attends University of Exeter Law Careers Fair

On Wednesday 16th November 2016 representatives from Devon Chambers attended the annual Law Careers Fair at the University of Exeter. We were able to speak to students from the university interested in a career at the Bar about pupillage, the BPTC, mini-pupillage opportunities and life at the Bar.

Chambers sees events such as this as a fantastic chance for students in the area to meet with the local Bar, to have their questions answered and to ensure the continued healthy growth of the profession.

Read more: Devon Chambers attends University of Exeter Law Careers Fair

Opening for 3rd Six Pupil

 We are currently able to offer a 3rd six pupillage commencing immediately. Please refer to our recruitment page for further details.

The advert also appears on the Bar Council website:



Chambers UK 2017 recommends Jason Beal

Jason Beal has been recommended by Chambers UK 2017. Jason is described as having "over two decades of expertise which he extends to clients facing a broad range of criminal proceedings. He prosecutes and defends cases of fraud, financial crime, drug conspiracies and serious sexual offences." Click here for further information.



Legal 500 (2016) Recommends Devon Chambers

Devon Chambers continues to be recommended in Legal 500 as a leading Western Circuit set.

"Devon Chambers is best known for its crime practice, which is divided evenly between defence and prosecution, but the group is also reputable for professional discipline and regulatory work, an area in which the group acts for environmental bodies. The set is also home to members covering civil and family law. Julie James is the key contact for clerking matters."

 Individual barristers recommended this year are Jason Beal, Joanna Martin, Piers Norsworthy, Rupert Taylor, Victoria Hoyle and Stuart Frampton.