Adapting to change: effective remote working at the Bar

Amrit Kaur Dhanoa and Rachel Holmes discuss how barristers can get the most out of remote working and chambers can ensure practitioners' are supported.

BSB should revisit decision on targets for processing complaints, says Bar Council Chair

The Fieldfisher report revealed some striking deficiencies in the enforcement processes of the BSB, says Sam Townend KC.

Reading Borough Council - 28 April

Reading Borough Council welcomes applications from pupils who have completed their pupillage and have a genuine desire to develop a practice in public children and adult social care law.

Bar Council resists Bar regulator’s proposal to remove degree requirement for barristers in training

Chair Sam Townend KC says the Bar Council objects to the majority of the BSB’s proposed reforms because they would lower standards.

Bar Mock Trial Competition: making the case for legal education

Programme Coordinator Lizzy Cross spoke to students, volunteers and alumni about why the National Bar Mock Trial Competition is so important.

Taking stock and looking ahead internationally

The Bar Council's international strategy focuses on overseas visits and events that can foster relationships and develop practice opportunities for barristers.

New Square Chambers - no deadline

New Square Chambers invites applications for probationary tenancy from candidates who have completed a chancery and/or commercial pupillage, or who can demonstrate significant experience of and interest in chancery and/or commercial work. A probationary tenant is sought due to a significant surplus of junior work across Chambers’ primary practice areas.

Bar Council comments on crime and family court statistics

It is disappointing that there is still no progress made on reducing the backlog in the Crown Court, said Sam Townend KC.