Rosalind Wright is a barrister to the core and her aim is to bring employed barristers back into the fold. Director of the SFO, this month she takes over as chair of the employed barristers committee. Here she speaks to Mary Mullally about fraud, ethics and the employed Bar
What plans do you have for the employed barristers committee?The voice of Susan Ward has been listened to and already huge strides have been made. In the past couple of years there has been a new willingness by leaders at the Bar to include employed barristers and their concerns. I plan to continue to build bridges and create greater opportunities for the employed Bar to meet and be part of the wider Bar network. I want to make them feel they are part of the larger group of barristers with common interests.
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