Recruitment

We are widely recognised as a leading progressive chambers and we enjoy an excellent reputation across the Western Circuit and beyond.

With a focus on service standards, consistency and integrity, Queen Square is able to provide outstanding levels of advice and advocacy at all levels.

Our core practice areas are chancery, clinical negligence, commercial, crime, employment, family, personal injury and regulatory law.

All applications will be treated in strictest confidence and we are fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity irrespective of colour, race, disability, age, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion, sex, marital status or sexual orientation.

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Equal Opportunities Monitoring form

Applicants should enclose a copy of this form. It will be detached from the application to ensure we follow our Equality and Diversity policy.

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Mini Pupillage Application form

Download and return your completed form to minipupillage@qsc.law.

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  • "Queen Square Chambers has ‘good depth’ in crime, with ‘some very able younger barristers coming through the ranks’. The group handles a balanced mix of prosecution and defence work across a wide range of crimes, including murder, fraud and serious sexual offences."
  • "Care cases are a notable strong suit, including matters involving non-accidental injuries, factitious illnesses, incest and sexual abuse."
  • "Queen Square Chambers has a strong following nationally among solicitors’ firms and insurance companies, and is regularly instructed in industrial disease, workplace accident, occupiers’ liability and road traffic cases. Clinical negligence is another area of strength."
  • "Queen Square Chambers covers areas such as health and safety and food hygiene, and has niche expertise in maritime-related regulatory breaches. The set handles instructions from insurance companies, government agencies and local authorities, among other instructing parties."