Lincoln House Chambers are planning for the future by looking to recruit high calibre performers to join our nationally recognised team. Applications are sought from counsel at all levels of seniority who are committed to our values of excellence and teamwork in the following areas:
Crime (Including Fraud)
“This leading multi-discipline set has over 30 years of experience of prosecuting and
defending the most serious criminal cases in the North of England. Lincoln House
boasts a deep bench of Queen’s Counsel and many supporting juniors dedicated to
working on cases of the utmost gravity, from organised crime to terrorism.
“There is not a bad barrister in the set,” “ Chambers & Partners 2016
Regulatory (Health & Safety, Environmental, Trading Standards, Professional Disciplinary)
“Lincoln House Chambers has a first-rate reputation in health and safety and regulatory
work. Its members prosecute and defend in cases brought by bodies such as the
Environment Agency, Trading Standards, and DEFRA; and are also experienced in areas
such as gross negligence, manslaughter and deaths in custody. Elsewhere, the set has
a strong track record in professional discipline, with practitioners prosecuting and
defending in cases involving the GMC and the Police Federation.” Legal 500 2015
Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence (Including Industrial Disease)
“Lincoln House Chambers has a dedicated team specialising in matters which are factually, legally and medically complex. Its disease work covers British Coal respiratory disease, miner’s knee, and surface dust cases, while catastrophic injury and clinical negligence are other core areas of the practice.” Legal 500 2015
This is an opportunity to join a top tier set, with a reputation for innovation, teamwork and strength-in-depth. You would enjoy competitive chambers expenses, a base at our offices in the heart of Manchester’s Spinningfields district, investment in our latest IT support and clerking team whose successes have been recognised in the leading publications.
Please send applications by way of CV and covering letter to the Director of Clerking, David Wright, at email@example.com or call 0161 832 5701 for further information.
All applications will be dealt with in a strictly confidential manner and we will endeavour to respond as quickly as possible. Applications will ordinarily be considered a tenancy committee before seeking approval from the whole of Chambers.
The members of Lincoln House Chambers are fully aware of the Bar Council’s Code of Conduct and fully comply with the Bar Standards Board Equality and Diversity Code.