Charlotte Hughes

Charlotte Hughes

I graduated from the University of Reading in 2015 and studied the BPTC at the University of Law graduating in 2017 with a Very Competent. I am currently undertaking my pupillage at East Anglian Chambers primarily in criminal law.

Posts

22/10/2018

Barristers on less than the minimum wage? You must be joking!

People refuse to believe that a someone in a profession that is universally portrayed as being wealthy could be paid less than the minimum wage. So how does this happen?

02/10/2018

How joining my university law society helped me get pupillage

The time has come again when the start of the academic year rolls around. Whether you are a fresh-faced first year nervously heading off to university or a battle-hardened third year looking forward to the end of your degree, a good law society will have something for you.

01/10/2018

Expectation versus reality: first six months of pupillage

For most people starting pupillage, 'D-day' typically falls in October or September. Having started my pupillage in April, I thought I would share my thoughts on some of the main worries and expectations from my first six months of pupillage.

18/09/2018

Pupils Advocacy Course: What's it really like?

There are some additional training requirements that must be completed before a baby barrister can be fully qualified in the eyes of the Bar Standards Board. One of those is the Pupils Advocacy Course.