Head of chambers
Mr William Clegg QC
Chambers specialises in criminal law and offers a comprehensive cross-section of expertise in this and related fields. Its members have been involved in notable criminal trials in the last decade. Members of Chambers from silks to working pupils may both defend and prosecute, including work for Customs and Excise and major government departments.
Pupils will experience a great variety of court work, undertake substantial paperwork and in their second six expect to regularly conduct court work while retaining close supervision by their pupil supervisors. Virtually all of our pupils become tenants here or elsewhere.
Visit our website at www.2bedfordrow.co.uk for further information in relation to Chambers, its members and practice.
All pupillage applications should be made through the OLPAS summer scheme. The Chambers pupillage contact is James Ageros - email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We place particular emphasis on the interviewing of applicants rather than selection on academic achievement alone. We offer four 12-month pupillages, all of which will be funded.
Administrative & public law
The public law Bar spans the full range of administrative, public and constitutional law.
Civil liberties & human rights
Human rights law is essential for a fair society where all are protected, including the vulnerable.
Typically, common law chambers are multidisciplinary and are divided into practice groups so members can develop and maintain specialisations.
Whether it’s EU-originated, domestic or an industry code of conduct, regulation affects all aspects of civil life and commercial activity.