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Barrister Ehi Ukiwa ordered to be suspended for six months for appearing in court on behalf of a client before being authorised to do so

29 June 2018

Barrister Ehi Andrew Ukiwa has been ordered to be suspended from practice for six months by an independent disciplinary tribunal following charges of professional misconduct brought by the Bar Standards Board (BSB).

BSB shares good practice for barristers and advice for clients on consumer feedback

28 June 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published new guidance that aims to encourage barristers to follow good practice when they receive feedback from their clients. It has also published a guide for the public about using and leaving feedback about barristers' services.

Regulators publish reports into criminal advocacy standards

27 June 2018

Barristers and solicitor advocates representing clients in criminal courts are generally delivering a competent service to the public, two reports released today have found.

BSB appoints two new members to the Governance, Risk and Audit Committee

19 June 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today announced two appointments to its Governance, Risk and Audit Committee (GRA).

BSB invites tenders for authorised body to provide legal support

18 June 2018

The BSB has today invited tenders from bodies authorised to provide reserved legal activities to provide legal advice and representation for the next three year period from September 2018 until September 2021.

BSB website due to be down for maintenance: 5pm-5.30pm 15 June 2018

14 June 2018

BSB website due to be down for maintenance: 5pm -5.30pm 15 June 2018

Can you help the BSB to improve the quality of its research?

11 June 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) does important research in a number of areas and its results are widely respected and reported in both the trade and national Press.   To improve further the quality of our research we are now seeking to build on our current peer review arrangements by establishing an Independent Research Peer Review Panel in accordance with our published  Research Strategy.

Barrister Lisa Freeman ordered to be suspended for three months

07 June 2018

Barrister Lisa Freeman has been ordered to be suspended from practice for three months by an independent disciplinary tribunal after admitting a charge of professional misconduct brought by the Bar Standards Board (BSB).

BSB agrees further key elements for the future of Bar training

30 May 2018

Following its recent consultation, the Bar Standards Board (BSB) has agreed in principle how it should move forward with several further aspects of its review into the training and qualification of barristers.

BSB agrees actions to tackle unfair treatment of women at the Bar

17 May 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today announced how it intends to work with the profession to make further progress in eliminating the discrimination, harassment and other unfair treatment of female barristers.