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Inns of Court libraries

The Inns of Court play a central role in the recruitment, training and professional life of barristers, holding the exclusive rights to call candidates to the bar of England and Wales. Their libraries include a wealth of resources not readily available elsewhere. See below for information on each Inn Library:

One of the four Inn Libraries will be open from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on each Saturday during the legal terms. Click here to see the Saturday opening timetable for the four Inn Libraries up to December 2015.

Pupillage 

We have a selection of pupillage books at Gray's Inn Place Library which you can find by searching CityLibrary Search.

The City Law School have some excellent career support resources available online. Their 'Pupillage Advisory Service' provides advice, information and assistance, both to those looking for and those who have already obtained pupillage.

Here are a selection of useful websites:

The Law Society Library

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The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors in England and Wales. Their website contains a lot of useful information, such as news, practice areas, support services and career advice.

The Law Society Library, located in the Law Society's Hall, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL, is available for LPC students to use. You must bring your university or college card (or a letter from your tutor) to prove you are currently enrolled on an LPC or a ‘top-up’ course.

Applying for a Training Contract

The City Law School career support website has a lot of useful information about applying for a training contract. The Training Contracts Advisory Service provides guidance through the process of finding employment both within the legal profession, and in the public and commercial sectors of the economy. You can start using the service as soon as you accept your place on the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at The City Law School.

Here are some other useful websites:

Useful Websites for aspiring solicitors