Employed Bar Award Winners 2018 The vital work of the in-house barristers was recognised at the second Bar Council Employed Bar Awards ceremony. Melissa Coutinho profiles today’s employed practice and quizzes the winners As practice becomes more flexible and staying in one set of chambers for the entirety of one’s career is no longer the … Continue reading Counsel profile on the winners of the Employed Bar Awards 2018
Employed Junior Counsel over seven years in practice or Queen's Counsel (3 x full-term vacancies and 1 x two-year vacancy) There were two candidates in this category who are duly elected. The third position will be advertised as a casual vacancy, in accordance with the Bar Council Constitution (Part II, 7(d)), after the election process … Continue reading Bar Council 2019 Member Elections
We hope you had an enjoyable evening at the Employed Bar Awards! We will be uploading our photos of the event over the next week. Please do share with us the photos you have taken, as we would love to see them! If you would like to share your photos, please email Emily Timcke.
Finalists and Winners Employed barrister of the year Mike Jones QC, CPS Elizabeth Prochaska, Equality and Human Rights Commission Winner: Katherine Willerton, GLD Young employed barrister of the year Bethan Evans, CPS Jonathan Orde, GLD Winner: Catherine Yardley, CPS Outstanding achievement by a public service barrister Duncan Richie, CPS Janine Wood, CPS Winner: Aoife … Continue reading Employed Bar Awards 2018 – Finalists and Winners
The Employed Barristers' Committee created the Employed Bar Network on LinkedIn, so that employed barristers could network and regularly speak to the Bar Council. The Network now has over 200 members... Have you joined us? On the Network, you can: Speak to Bar Council and Inn of Court representatives, Network with other employed barristers, Post topics … Continue reading Employed Bar Network