Commercial & Chancery Bar: Talking about my generation
The days of a barrister switching between a commercial case one week and a murder trial the next are long gone. The changing face of commercial law has transformed the remit of the Bar forever. Mark Warwick reports
A generation ago there was one bar. Today, there are several. A generation ago, barristers in highly respected sets would appear in a commercial case one week, defend in a murder trial the next and act in a family dispute in the third.
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