When determining applications for pupillage, we take into consideration the following:
Ability to communicate orally and on paper.
Interest in and desire to succeed at the Bar/Hogarth
Likelihood of success at the Bar.
Hogarth seeks pupils with an excellent academic background, who can demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly and persuasively both orally and on paper, who can show an interest in the work undertaken by Hogarth Chambers. As part of the above, we take into account further and higher degrees, participation in debates or moots, authorship of articles, and lecturing or tutoring activity, mini-pupillages at Hogarth, practical experience in commerce or industry and other legal experience. Outside interests and abilities are also important.