The Bar Council has welcomed the Bar Standards Board's Annual Report on Bar Training.
This busy set, based in Wolverhampton, seeks a probationary tenant with an interest in criminal and family work.
The General Council of the Bar has published the 2024/25 Practising Certificate Fee (PCF) and budget for consultation.
23ES Chambers is seeking to recruit a probationary tenant to join their busy Business & Property team, based in Manchester.
Our response to the Legal Services Board’s Consultation on First-tier complaints – draft section 112 Requirements, Guidance and policy statement for approved regulators under the Legal Services Act 2007.
Bar Council response to the Ministry of Justice consultation on Reforming Fees in the United Kingdom Supreme Court
Our response to the Ministry of Justice consultation on Reforming Fees in the United Kingdom Supreme Court.
The 10,000 Interns Foundation provides paid internships for Black students and graduates through the 10,000 Black Interns (10KBI) Programme. The exposure to life at the Bar from an array of perspectives has proven to be invaluable to interns. Here, some of 2023’s interns share their thoughts and reflections on their experiences.
An interview with Sharon Blackman OBE, Head of FX Legal at Citi and Corinna McClune, Citi's Sanctions, AML and Anti-Bribery Counsel and Senior Vice President.
Reading Borough Council welcomes applications from candidates to join their in-house advocacy team, which has recently acquired AETO status.
QEB Hollis Whiteman is a Band 1 criminal set looking to recruit two probationary tenants to start before January 2024 with a view to a tenancy application in or around September 2024. Successful candidates would undertake criminal work, both prosecution and defence, as well as privately paying cases.
This friendly, modern, forward-thinking set welcomes applications for third six pupillage from those with an interest - and experience - in property and commercial work.
The Lord Chancellor is also considering regular inflation increases
The Bar Council has been exploring the question of chambers management and regulation. Our Director of Services, Carolyn Entwistle, outlines the background and the steps that we are taking to improve our support in this area.
The Bar Council expresses 'grave concern' about the Prime Minister's suggestion.
The annual International Bar Association’s (IBA) Conference, held this year in Paris from 29 October to 3 November, is the leading conference for legal professionals. This blog explores key highlights and takeaways from the week.
Deka Chambers, a leading common law (mixed practice) set in central London, seeks a third six pupil to practise in all of our main areas of work with a view to tenancy.
What is the Bar in the Community initiative? Learn about how it works, and why you should get involved.
Family barrister Sarah Philimore writes about the difficulties of pro bono work, from keeping schemes afloat to lawyers’ objections and even hostility towards pro bono work.
Due to the high volume of work in the busy and vibrant Children Team, Pump Court Chamber are seeking an able and enthusiastic third six pupil to work on the London, Western and South-eastern Circuits, with a view to tenancy.
Pump Court Chambers’ busy Civil Team is looking for an able, enthusiastic and highly motivated third-six pupil to work in London and/or the Western and South Eastern Circuits, with a view to tenancy.