Bar Council chair questions oversupply of aspiring barristers
Bar Council chairman Nicholas Green QC has warned of growing concerns over the employment prospects for aspiring advocates completing their barrister training. Speaking at the 25th annual Bar Council conference on Saturday (6 November), Green told delegates he had "real qualms" about a system of education that encourages Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) providers to educate more and more law students.
Bar Council chairman Nicholas Green QC has warned of growing concerns over the employment prospects for aspiring advocates completing their barrister training.
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