Tag: Criminal Bar Association
Ministry of Justice commits £2 million to legal tech
As barristers ballot on strike action enters final hour
I’m (not) lovin’ it: Criminal barristers could earn more serving Big Macs, suggests top QC
Some legal aid lawyers earning £5 an hour
More action needed to tackle ‘hostile environment’ driving women from the bar
‘This stuff is not complicated, so let’s get on with it’, says Chris Henley QC
Criminal barristers to vote on £15 million legal aid offer
Protest escalation suspended last week following 'breakthrough' talks with government
Bar suspends legal aid protest escalation following £15 million government offer
Barristers will continue to refuse new publicly-funded cases
Legal aid row: ‘Sit down and talk with us’, top QCs tell government
Nearly 100 chambers are now refusing to take new publicly-funded cases
Criminal bar remains resolute as over 90 chambers back direct action over legal aid cuts
Barristers have been refusing to take new publicly-funded cases since April 1
‘The system is desperate, as are we’: Criminal barristers to REFUSE new work in protest to legal aid cuts
Decision taken with ‘heavy hearts’
QC sparks outrage after comparing solicitors to postmen
Simon Spence’s controversial comments appear in his election manifesto
Criminal Bar Association backs proposals for two-stage BPTC and OPTIONAL attendance at law school
Bar Council's radical plans gain further support
Scrap BPTC in favour of two year pupillage, urges bar chief
Top crime QC says bar course only benefits law schools and London's landlords
Bar chief bellows a resounding ‘no’ to legal aid strike call
Tony Cross QC triggers outrage as he calls for more time to negotiate with ministers
Criminal Bar Association Takes Swipe At ‘Dickhead’ Law Student
On Easter Sunday, anonymous Twitter sensation @LawVicissitudes tweeted this cheekily blasphemous gag: What people don’t...
Privileged Colleagues Who Don’t Need To Self-Publicise ‘Will Always Resent You For It’
Ed note: This is the third in a series of posts where leading members of...
Why Did The Criminal Bar Association Choose Judge John Deed To Deliver Its Annual Lecture?
Surreal scenes yesterday evening at the Criminal Bar Association’s (CBA) annual ‘Kalisher lecture’, which was...
Amid “Heartache, Depression and Personal Bankruptcy”, Are We Finally Seeing The End Of The Criminal Bar?
Last night at the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) dinner at Middle Temple Hall, CBA chair...