Chancery and commercial Bar: Stars at the Bar
The future of the Bar always sparks a fiery debate, and never more so than now, with the Legal Services Act (LSA) opening up new opportunities set to reshape the future of the legal profession. The upcoming changes have split lawyers into two camps: there are those who see it as a dying profession, with barristers unable and unwilling to change, and others who see the Bar as a vital part of our legal system going forward, which is opening up to modern practices.
Emerging legislation is reshaping the Bar, with much debate arising over its future direction. Claire Ruckin profiles 10 up-and-coming barristers pegged among the best of the new generation
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