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BSB seeks up to two new barrister Board members

24 September 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has begun the process to recruit up to two new barrister Board members.

Barrister Michael Shrimpton ordered to be disbarred following criminal convictions.

20 September 2018

Barrister Michael Shrimpton was ordered to be disbarred by an independent disciplinary tribunal at a hearing held on 19 and 20 September 2018, following two charges brought by the Bar Standards Board (BSB).

BSB seeks views on draft of new Bar transparency rules

13 September 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today launched a consultation to seek views about its proposed new rules to improve transparency standards for clients of the Bar. 

Bogus email purporting to come from the BSB

05 September 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has been made aware today of a bogus email purporting to come from the BSB and inviting the reader to click on a hyperlink for details of a supposed invoice.

BSB welcomes Select Committee Report into sexual harassment

27 July 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today welcomed the report published earlier this week by the Women and Equalities Commons Select Committee.

BSB publishes its Annual Report for 2017-18

25 July 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published its latest annual report summarising its achievements during the 2017-18 business year.

BSB seeks views on draft of new Bar training rules

19 July 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today launched a consultation to seek views as to whether their proposed new rules for the training and qualification of barristers provide the right framework to give effect to the new policies announced recently by the regulator as part of its Future Bar Training (FBT) programme.

Infrastructure maintenance on the 14th/15th of July

11 July 2018

As part of the continuous improvement to our security and infrastructure, we will be making a number of changes to our network this weekend.

Newly qualified barristers benefit from regular guidance by experienced practitioners but levels of support vary

06 July 2018

The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published research about the effectiveness of its rules that require newly qualified barristers with less than three years' standing to have readily available access to an experienced practitioner - a Qualified Person (QP) - for support and guidance.

BSB explains how it assures competence at the Bar

05 July 2018

Following its decision last year not to implement the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (QASA), the Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published more detail about how it assures the competence of barristers.