Regulators approve new scheme to measure quality at criminal Bar
A trio of legal regulators have approved a new scheme for criminal barristers that will see them placed in one of four quality brackets in a bid to improve advocacy standards at the Bar. The Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (QASA) was approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the Bar Standards Board (BSB) and the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) on Friday (23 March).
A trio of legal regulators have approved a new scheme for criminal barristers that will see them placed in one of four quality brackets in a bid to improve advocacy standards at the Bar.
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