Barristers

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  • Barristers
    • Education
      • Law Degree (foundation topics)
        • Membership of an Inn of court (Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn
          • one-year Common Professional Examination
            • non-law degree
          • Bar Professional Training Course practical based eg advocacy
            • Call to the Bar (graduation)
              • Pupillage 6 months shadowing 6 months supervised work
      • non-law degree
      • non-graduate mature student
        • two-year Common Professional Examination
          • Membership of an Inn of court (Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn
            • one-year Common Professional Examination
              • Bar Professional Training Course practical based eg advocacy
                • Call to the Bar (graduation)
                  • Pupillage 6 months shadowing 6 months supervised work
      • Work
        • 80% self employed belong to a chambers
        • Advocacy
        • Legal research
        • holding case conferences
        • negotiating settlements
      • Organisation
        • controlled by General Council of the Bar
        • gain 'tenancy' and work from shared 'chambers'
        • Cab-rank rule
      • Regulation
        • first use Chamber's In-House Complaints
        • Second Office for Legal Complaints
        • Legal Ombudsman
        • The Bar Standards Board regulates profession
          • most serious matter are referred to Disciplinary Tribunal of the Council of the Inns of Court

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