Bar Standards Board


 

Bar Standards Board

via Barrister Sharon Louise Gibbons.

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The Bar Standards Board regulates barristers and specialised legal services businesses in England and Wales in the public interest. Click here to read it→

The Bar Standards Board regulates barristers in England and Wales for the public interest. It is responsible for:

  • Setting standards of conduct for barristers and authorising barristers to practise;
  • Monitoring the service provided by barristers to assure quality;
  • Setting the education and training requirements for becoming a barrister as well as setting continuing training requirements to ensure that barristers’ skills are maintained throughout their careers; and
  • Handling complaints against barristers and taking enforcement or other action where appropriate.

Watch O’Connor (Appellant) v Bar Standards Board (Respondent)The Supreme Court – 4 Oct 2017

Explore O’Connor (Appellant) v Bar Standards Board – The Supreme Court PDF File

Making a complaint

We know that if you have had a bad experience with a barrister, or other person  they do regulate, you may be feeling angry and stressed, and you may not know what you can do about it.

This information will:

• explain what complaints we can deal with;
• help you work out if you want to complain;
• explain how to make a complaint;
• help you make your complaint effectively; and
• explain what will happen as a result of your complaint.

Complaints and Professional Conduct →

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