Press releases and news

  • Select date to

10 items of 495 in 

Items per page 10 | 25 | 50 | 100

BSB statement on QASA notification scheme

17 May 2012

The Bar Standards Board, the lead regulator for courtroom advocates in England and Wales, can confirm that barristers will not be required to comply with a notification process prior to the launch of the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (QASA).

Regulators agree to share more information

04 May 2012

Regulators from across the legal, accountancy, financial and property sectors have signed a formal agreement that will allow even greater sharing of information.

Code consultation: queries about insurance requirements

26 April 2012

Code consultation: queries about insurance requirements

Perceptions of criminal advocacy report

18 April 2012

We commissioned ORC International to conduct research into the frequency with which underperformance is encountered in the criminal courts.

Board approves new E&D Rules for LSB submission

02 April 2012

At its meeting on 22 March the Board approved new Equality and Diversity Rules and a timtable for implementation.

Update on QASA agreement

23 March 2012

Update on QASA agreement

Agreement reached on QASA

23 March 2012

Agreement on a joint scheme to assure the quality of criminal advocacy has been reached by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), Bar Standards Board (BSB) and ILEX Professional Standards (IPS).

Attend our handbook and entity regulation roadshows

20 March 2012

As part of the consultation process on the new handbook and entity regulation we will be hosting roadshows across England and Wales.

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.