Describe the qualification and training needed to become a barrister

There are three distinct stages that form part of the process of qualifying and training to become a barrister i.e. academic, vocational and practical.

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This essay describes the qualification and training needed to become a barrister. It looks at the three distinct stages involved i.e. academic, vocational and practical. and describes what is entailed with each stage.

The essay covers the following as part of the answer to the question:

  • qualifying law degree and non qualifying law degree;
  • the common professional examination;
  • the Inns of Court;
  • the Bar Vocational course and centres where the course is available;
  • qualification as a barrister (i.e. 'called to the Bar');
  • pupillage;
  • the Bar Council and continuous professional development.

 

 

 

 

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