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Bright Line Law is interested in receiving applications from barristers (practising and non-practising, or qualified foreign lawyer) who would like to participate in the work of Bright Line Law and The White Collar Crime Centre.

Strong practice commitment, dedication to professional development and excellent academic qualifications are essential requirements.

Bright Line Law has a policy of selective expansion and seeks expertise in all types of white collar crime cases.

With its dedicated marketing platform, there are opportunities for practice growth and professional development. As a new-generation barrister law firm, Bright Line Law can consider flexible arrangements.

If you are interested in discussing an opportunity, please contact Jonathan Fisher QC in confidence.


Bright Line Law will consider occasional applications for pupillage from applicants who are solicitors, qualified legal practitioners in common law jurisdictions and legal academics who are required by the Bar Standards Board (BSB) to undertake a pupillage or a period of reduced pupillage to obtain rights of audience in England and Wales. When pupillage is offered, only one pupillage will be offered at any one time.

For further information about BLL’s pupillage policy and the application process, email


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