Law students in the U.K. will be able to turn their Bar Vocational Course into a Masters degree under new proposals to widen access to the Bar, in one of 57 proposals unveiled in Lord Neuberger’s report Tuesday.

The proposals, which have been announced a month earlier than expected, would allow students who do not secure a pupillage to turn their BVC into a Masters.

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