We have now published our
CPD guidance for established practitioners on our website.
You should consider this as the main source of guidance from the
BSB about how to comply with the new CPD arrangements. The guidance
has been developed with input from the many barristers whom we have
met at our CPD meetings around the country. We hope this will
make our guidance as helpful as possible.
The guidance contains:
We have also published
guidance for Heads of Chambers, a
template to help you prepare your CPD plans,
frequently asked questions and
a helpful example of a record, which are all available on our
register to watch a recording of our recent CPD webinar for
barristers. This contains an explanation of the new scheme by our
Director General, Dr Vanessa Davies and our responses to a range of
questions from practitioners during the live event.
More than 800 people have watched the CPD webinar
The new arrangements for CPD are the result of an extensive
consultation exercise which started two years ago.
Did you know that 76 barristers participated in the 2015 CPD
The benefits of the new CPD scheme for established