BSB reviews pupillage model as places fall
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) is to launch a root-and-branch review of the pupillage system, it has emerged. The body is in the process of setting up a working party to be led by Falcon Chambers' Derek Wood QC, with the first meeting due to take place on 28 October. The BSB review is set to consider every aspect of the current pupillage system, including the structure and length of the programme.
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