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QASA Fourth Consultation published

26 March 2013

QASA fourth consultation report published

QASA fourth consultation report published

26 March 2013

Today's publication of the BSB report on the fourth QASA consultation  

BSB’s monitoring programme improves compliance, shows new report

15 March 2013

BSB's monitoring programme improves compliance, shows new report

Legal Services Board draft business plan response

08 March 2013

The Bar Standards Board today responded to the draft Legal Services Board business plan 2013-14.

Register and schedule your BCAT now

01 March 2013

Register and schedule your BCAT from March 1 2013

Practising Certificate renewal deadline is 31 March 2013

01 March 2013

practising certificate renewal deadline

‘Risk-Assessed' supervision consultation launched

26 February 2013

Barristers have the opportunity to influence how they are supervised by the Bar Standards Board (BSB) by taking part in a consultation exercise launched today.  The BSB is seeking feedback on a new approach to chambers and entities monitoring designed to target resources at those most likely to breach the Code of Conduct. Enforcement action would be reserved for the most serious or persistent cases.

Diversity Review of Complaints Processes

19 February 2013

The Bar Standards Board has commissioned an external agency to review its professional conduct complaints processes. The action was taken following an internal report which showed that Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) barristers were over represented in the complaints process.

New 'risk-based' approach to supervision approved

15 February 2013

The Bar Standards Board has approved a consultation on a new approach to the supervision of chambers and barristers.                

Changes to Public Access Training Announced

28 January 2013

Public access barrister training is to be overhauled under proposals announced by the Bar Standards Board. The proposed changes will enhance course content and introduce an element of formal assessment to make sure that barristers have the knowledge and skills required to undertake public access work. -ends-