Research from 2020-21 relating to barristers who earned some fee income from publicly funded criminal work during this time.
Report summary of our second annual survey of pupils that took place in February 2022.
The cybersecurity questionnaire is a tool for chambers to review information security measures.
The Young Bar is the future of the profession. In this report, we present a snapshot of life at the Young Bar in 2021.
Guide to resources and support available to you when you join the Bar -2022 edition.
A report on the condition of barristers' wellbeing in 2021
Wellbeing at the Bar working group response to 2021 wellbeing survey findings
The Bar Council’s Race Working Group's 2021 report addressing inequality at the Bar and proposing a series of recommendations for action.
Recommendations for the Chancellor's 2021 Spending Review
Key findings in the differences in average earnings by practice, area and the trends for earnings over the last 20 years.
Analysis of pupillage data: guidance for candidates and AETOs
The 2021 survey of barristers' working lives was designed to explore the lived experience of working as a barrister in 2021.
Guidance and a template risk assessment for returning to work in chambers
The Bar Council looks at civil legal aid practice, documenting the policy challenges and working circumstances of this type of publicly funded work.
Download the Pupillage Fair 2020 event programme
HMCTS CEO assures Chair of the Bar Council that Recorders are not at risk over sitting days
This toolkit is designed for barristers, including pupils, in the early years of practice.
A useful A-Z toolkit for employed barristers
This toolkit covers some of the most common queries asked about developing your practice at the young Bar and is divided into two sections.
View our list of Pro Bono schemes and opportunities available to barristers.
View a list of UK bilateral Law Associations which can provide good networking and speaking opportunities
See the basic information on CSR
Read the Guide to Pro Bono: Free Legal Advice in England and Wales, published by the Bar Council in partnership with the Law Society and CILEx.
See the purpose of social responsibility and how it applies to chambers.
Guidance on instructing a barrister through Licensed Access
Momentum Measures looks at data sets to establish when we might see gender and race parity