#Winning at pupillage applications in 2022
28th January 2022
3PB's Head of Pupillage, Cheryl Jones hosted a live Q&A workshop on pupillage applications today sharing her top tips and advice.
The live Q&A was attended by future pupils who are currently completing their pupillage applications hoping to start in 2023.
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3PB's 2023 pupillage open evening
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