How a barrister is trained.

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A barrister would start by completing what degree?
A law degree.
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What exam or diploma would a barrister complete if they had done a non-law degree?
A Common Professional Exam (CPE) or a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)
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What is the third stage of becoming a barrister?
Completing the Bar Professional Training Course.
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What does BPTC stand for?
Bar Professional Training Course.
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Who would a barrister enroll with after completing their exams?
The Bar Counsil
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After enrolling a barrister would join...
An Inn of Court
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How many, and what are the Inns of Court?
There are 4 Inns of Court: Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple, Middle Temple and Gray's Inn.
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What is the practical part of a barristers training?
A pupillage.
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Where would you complete a pupillage?
A chambers.
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How long is a pupillage?
1 year.
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Who supervises a trainee barrister during a pupillage?
A experienced barrister.
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A barrister is called to where after completing a pupillage?
The Bar.
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After becoming a qualified barrister, where would they find a place?
In a chambers.
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