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Barristers’ Regulator welcomes discussions on accreditation and training for appearance in Youth Courts

19 June 2014

The BSB welcomes discussions on accreditation and training for appearance in Youth Courts

BSB and Bar Council release Barristers' Working Lives Survey results

18 June 2014

Bar Standards Board and Bar Council release Barristers' Working Lives Survey' results from the second biennial survey of the Bar

New Equality objectives for 2014-15

03 June 2014

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has developed and adopted five new equality objectives for 2014-15.

Reminder to chambers: fair recruitment rule comes into force on 1 July 2014

02 June 2014

Reminder to chambers: fair recruitment rule comes into force on 1 July 2014

Barrister who failed to pay £5,000 tribunal fine to be disbarred

30 May 2014

Barrister who failed to pay £5,000 tribunal fine to be disbarred

Barrister to be disbarred for tax fraud of almost £80,000

28 May 2014

A barrister who avoided paying over £77,000 in income tax and VAT was ordered to be disbarred from the profession, following an independent public disciplinary tribunal.

Bar Standards Board starts spot-checking CPD record cards

22 May 2014

The BSB has started conducting random spot-checks of barristers' CPD record cards. 

Bar Standards Board statement on QASA following latest Court of Appeal decision

15 May 2014

BSB statement on QASA following latest Court of Appeal decision

Joint Advocacy Group statement on QASA

09 May 2014

Joint Advocacy Group statement on QASA

Bar Barometer tenancy figures corrected

07 May 2014

The Bar Council and BSB have re-published the Bar Barometer 2014 with corrected tenancy figures

The BSB responds to the Jeffrey Review into independent advocacy in England and Wales

07 May 2014

The Bar Standards Board responds to the Jeffrey Review into independent advocacy in England and Wales

BSB statement on Kaplan’s decision to discontinue its BPTC Programme

02 May 2014

BSB statement on Kaplan’s decision to discontinue its BPTC Programme

BSB statement on the government’s response to the call for evidence on the review of the legal services regulatory framework

01 May 2014

BSB statement on the government's response to the call for evidence on the review of the legal services regulatory framework

Chambers: deadline for Impact Audit survey extended to 1 May

28 April 2014

Chambers: deadline for Impact Audit survey extended to 1 May

Joint Advocacy Group statement on QASA registration timetable

16 April 2014

Joint Advocacy Group statement on changes to QASA registration timetable

The Bar Standards Board publishes new Business Plan for 2014-15

07 April 2014

BSB Business Plan 2014-15 published

Recruitment of next Chair of the Bar Standards Board

06 April 2014

The BSB is now recruiting for a lay Chair to succeed Baroness Deech QC (Hon), whose term of office ends on 31 December 2014

Correction: Bar Barometer 2014

04 April 2014

Correction: The Bar Barometer 2014

Barrister to be disbarred for past involvement in multi-million pound mortgage fraud

01 April 2014

A barrister who was struck off as a solicitor for being involved in a multi-million pound mortgage fraud has been disbarred.

Chambers: keep an eye out this week for your Impact Audit surveys

01 April 2014

All chambers should this week receive a notice alerting them to their Impact Audit survey - part of the BSB's new approach to supervision.

Statistics and trends in the barristers’ profession published

01 April 2014

The Bar Barometer 2014 presents data for the main stages of training for the Bar and for those in practice.

Barrister who represented clients in criminal trial while suspended to be disbarred

21 March 2014

Barrister who represented clients in criminal trial while suspended to be disbarred.

REMINDER: All pupillages must be advertised on the Pupillage Gateway

10 March 2014

The BSB reminds members of the Bar that pupillages must be advertised on the  Pupillage Gateway

New guidance will help barristers carry out their duties to clients, says regulator

05 March 2014

New guidance for solicitors will help barristers carry out their duties to clients.