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No.8 Tenancy Opportunities

No.8 Chambers welcomes interest and applications from experienced practitioners to join our Barrister set based in the heart of Birmingham.

No.8 Chambers has closed recruitment for the following positions:

1. Experienced Immigration Practitioner
2. Junior Tenant: Crime (including CPS) and Immigration

No.8 Chambers is looking to recruit an experienced immigration practitioner to its team. Some Judicial Review experience is necessary.

No.8 Chambers’ immigration team is ranked Band 1 for the Midlands. Chambers and Partners states:

"Number 8 Chambers’ immigration team is unrivalled in terms of its depth and breadth outside of London, and its members have significant experience in handling the full range of immigration and asylum claims."

Client service: “The clerking at Number 8 Chambers is brilliant and efficient – you can’t fault them.”

Chambers is also looking to recruit a junior tenant to cover its principal areas of practice: crime (including CPS) and immigration.

Please send a CV, with a covering letter, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. marked ‘tenancy application’. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

No.8 Chambers is committed to equal opportunities in its recruitment practices and procedures.

Immigration Law - Review of the Year

Immigration Law - Review of the Year


In this webinar Adam Pipe presents a review of the key developments in immigration law over the last 12 months. This webinar will cover the major cases of 2015 and the statutory changes in immigration, asylum and human rights law.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • Latest case law developments including:
  • - Article 8
    - Asylum
    - Deportation
    - EEA law and the immigration rules
  • Changes to rights of appeal brought in by the 2014 Act
  • Changes to the EEA regulations
  • Latest Judicial Review developments
  • Visit Visas and Article 8 appeals
  • Practice and Procedure developments

This pre-recorded webinar will be streamed at 12.30pm on Thursday 10th December 2015 and will remain available to view by delegates who have registered by then for 90 days.

For full details please click here.