Poor prospects anger young Bar
The Bar Council has set up a working party to deal with the pupillage dilemma, No5 reveals the location of its new London premises and Old Square has hired a new QC and moved locations. Claire Ruckin reports on the latest events at the Bar
The Bar Council has responded to angry demands for action on the news that the chances of securing a pupillage are at an all-time low. A working party has been set up, led by a senior judge, with plans to dramatically cut the number of Bar Vocational Course (BVC) students high up the list of possible options.
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