Apex is always open to applications from exceptional individuals keen to be part of our team.

We encourage and welcome applications from women, people of minority ethnic origin and people with disabilities, as well as candidates from other groups which are under-represented in the legal business.

We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and committed to diversity among staff and members. We are happy to make reasonable adjustments to enable disabled candidates to demonstrate their suitability for the job. Applications for employment should be addressed to Craig Mansfield. Applications for tenancy should be addressed to Christopher Rees.

Apex Chambers is currently accepting applications for mini-pupillage from any applicant who has, at the very least, commenced the final year of an undergraduate law degree or GDL. Mini-pupillages will last for a duration of up to 1 week. Successful applicants can expect to see a variety of work in the criminal courts, spending time with a number of chambers’ practitioners. Please note that, due to the high number of applications chambers receives, mini-pupillages will only be offered during the months of June, July and August. Please e-mail any application for mini-pupillage to clerks@apexchambers.net. All applications should consist of a CV and short covering letter and should be addressed to Andrew Kendall.

Apex Chambers is currently looking to recruit one pupil to begin pupillage in September 2017. All candidates will be considered but those who qualify for a shorter non-practising period with a background in regulatory law may be preferred. To apply, please forward a CV and covering letter to clerks@apexchambers.net. The deadline for applications is 14th July 2017.

Established practitioners
Apex Chambers is always interested in hearing from established practitioners who may be interested in becoming a member. You should apply in writing to our Head of Chambers, Christopher Rees.