News of the website – which charges fees to prospective barristers applying for third six pupillages and is registered to a non-trading individual without a listed business address – certainly caused a few raised eyebrows at Legal Week.

Three_Red_Dice_six.jpgIt seems bizarre that a profession which prides itself on its high standards of integrity has allowed a semi-anonymous figure to play a central role in entry to its junior ranks and make money out of its members.