Bar Council appoints first chief executive in two years
The Bar Council has appointed Stephen Crowne as its new chief executive, filling the position which has been vacant for two years. Crowne, who will take up the post on 3 June, has been the senior director of global education at networking equipment company Cisco for the last two years. Prior to this he was chief executive of the British Educational Technology & Communications Agency (BECTA) - the government agency for promoting technology in learning - for five years.
The Bar Council has appointed Stephen Crowne as its new chief executive, filling the position which has been vacant for two years.
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