Commercial and Chancery Bar: All shook up
The Bar, and the Chancery division in particular, will be facing up to some important questions over the next year. Nicholas Warren QC, chairman of the Chancery Bar Association, tells Sophie Evans how he plans to draw together the barristers he represents to meet those challenges head on
Never in living memory has there been such a period of change and reform at the Bar as we have seen in the first years of the 21st century. The upcoming reform of the silk system, the long-awaited establishment of a Supreme Court and the ongoing shake-up of the system by which the UK appoints its judges have all rocked the Bar to its foundations.
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