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BSB acts to resolve effect of past reappointment procedures of Council of the Inns of Court panel members

15 March 2012

The Bar Standards Board today confirmed the timetable for assessing the impact of past reappointment procedures for Council of the Inns of Court tribunal members.

Discussion paper developed from Literature Review

13 March 2012

A major step will be taken in the delivery of the research-based segment of the Legal Education & Training Review (LETR) now that the a key discussion paper and headline findings from the draft Literature Review have been revealed.

Barrister Connect - update for barristers and chambers

12 March 2012

Barrister Connect - update for barristers and chambers

BSB Handbook and Entity Regulation consultation released

05 March 2012

We have launched a consultation on a new Code of Conduct for barristers, which includes proposals for regulating new types of business structure.

Barrister Connect goes live

05 March 2012

We, along with the Bar Council, have today launched Barrister Connect, a new system to enable barristers to renew their practising certificates online.

BAR REGULATOR URGES SWIFT UPTAKE OF A NEW QUALITY STANDARD FOR ADVOCACY

02 March 2012

The Bar Standards Board, the lead regulator for courtroom advocates in England and Wales, has called on fellow regulators to join with it in pressing ahead with an innovative scheme to maintain and improve standards of advocacy.

BSB urges swift uptake of new quality standard for advocates

02 March 2012

BSB urges swift uptake of new quality standard for advocates

Survey – Standards of Criminal Advocacy

14 February 2012

Survey – Standards of Criminal Advocacy

BAR COUNCIL AND BAR STANDARDS BOARD RELEASE BARRISTERS’ WORKING LIVES SURVEY RESULTS

31 January 2012

We, along with the Bar Council, have today released the results of our Barristers' Working Lives survey, the first in a planned series of biennial surveys of the Bar.

Our response to convicted barrister concerns

27 January 2012

The Bar Standards Board is aware that David Friesner has continued to represent clients despite a recent criminal conviction and we share the concerns raised by barristers and the public.