Brick Court Chambers

Equal Opportunities,
Social Mobility, Events and Sponsorship

Equal Opportunities,
Social Mobility, Events and Sponsorship

Student Open Day

Brick Court Chambers Student Open Day
Thursday 19 September 2024

Following the success of our previous Open Days, we are again offering university students the opportunity to learn more about Brick Court Chambers as well as a real insight into life at the Bar.

The Open Day is likely to involve:

Presentations from members of chambers about practice at the Bar;
Presentations from members of chambers about pupillage and applications;
Opportunities to ask questions on an informal basis.

This Open Day will not constitute a mini-pupillage, but we hope that it may give you a good introduction to Brick Court Chambers and to the Bar more generally. In particular, we have in mind that it may not always be easy for students to obtain information about practising as a barrister, and that visiting a law fair can only ever provide a general introduction. 

Equal Opportunities
Full details of our Equality and Diversity policies can be found here.

If you are interested in attending (places are limited), please send a short CV to Lyana Peniston.

Mrs Lyana Peniston
Pupillage Manager
Brick Court Chambers
7-8 Essex Street
London WC2R 3LD

020 7520 9881

Equal Opportunities, Social Mobility, Events and Sponsorship
Sponsorship of University Society Events

Brick Court Chambers considers applications for sponsorship on an annual basis. Please apply by Friday 30 August 2024, using the online form, with sponsorship requests for the academic year 2024-25.


We would expect to notify all those applying by the end of September 2024.

Social Mobility Podcast Series

As part of the celebration of Brick Court’s centenary in 2021, we partnered with the Sutton Trust and IntoUniversity, two charities committed to improving the representation of under-represented groups in both higher education and in the workplace. As part of that partnership with the Sutton Trust and IntoUniversity, we also produced our SOCIAL MOBILITY PODCAST SERIES, a series of podcasts aimed at aspiring lawyers from all backgrounds.


Mentoring Scheme

Brick Court Chambers is delighted to announce that the mentoring scheme for under-represented groups is now administered by COMBAR. Brick Court is looking forward to participating in the next year of the scheme, which is an important part of COMBAR’s and Brick Court’s commitment to improving access and diversity in the legal profession.

Full details of the scheme can be found at the Scheme Guidelines which can be found here. Any other questions should be directed to the following email address: