Applications for Tenancy / Established Practitioners
From time to time Keating Chambers formally invites applications for tenancy from established practitioners. These vacancies will be advertised on this website and elsewhere.
Chambers is always willing to consider expressions of interest for tenancy (subject to any decision to advertise prior to considering the application) from established QCs and junior barristers who have a developing or established practice including one or more of the following practice areas:
- Construction & Engineering
- Energy & Natural Resources
- International Arbitration
- Public Procurement
- IT & Technology
- Professional Negligence
Prior to making an application, potential applicants are encouraged to contact Declan Redmond, Director of Clerking (email@example.com) for preliminary and informal discussions by email (as above) or direct dial: +44 (0)20 7544 2616. Declan will be able to offer an informal and confidential discussion with a senior member of Chambers.
Applications, which should include the business case for the application and be accompanied by a CV, should be made to the Head of Chambers, currently Alexander Nissen QC (firstname.lastname@example.org), copying in Declan.
Keating Chambers is a friendly and inclusive set that aims to embed equality and diversity in all aspects of its ways of working. As such, it welcomes applications from all backgrounds. We want our chambers to reflect the diversity of the people we serve and seek to serve. We will request applicants for tenancy to complete an equality monitoring form and to submit it separately from your application for tenancy, by email to the Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee, currently Veronique Buerhlen QC (email@example.com).
We are inclusive of disabled barristers and reasonable adjustments will be made. This will not impact on our recruitment decision making. Requests for reasonable adjustments should be made separately from your application for tenancy, by email to the Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee, currently Veronique Buerhlen QC (firstname.lastname@example.org). The process for receiving and actioning requests will be kept be separate from the recruitment process and without the knowledge of the shortlist or interview panel.