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To draw barristers' attention to issues relating to refusal of work by members of the criminal Bar on grounds relating to fees
The Bar Council has today published Snapshot:The experience of self-employed women at the Bar, which goes alongside Momentum Measures: Creating a diverse profession.
Worst paid day? 10am-3pm in the Crown Court for sentencing, net fee after travel costs (before chambers fees and tax): £4.01 #notafatcat
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