Law Reform Committee web survey

Law Reform Matters

The Law Reform Committee is seeking the views of the Bar on areas of law reform which it could usefully proactively consider and is asking members of the Bar to complete a short web survey (which should take no more than a couple of minutes) to let us know areas of law reforms which you would like the LRC to consider on behalf of the Bar. The survey can be found on the Bar Council website at
(http://www.barcouncil.org.uk/lrc/).


Law Reform Committee Essay competition This essay competition is open to pupils, qualifying law degree students, CPE/GDL students and BPTC students. Entrants are asked (in no more than 3,000 words) to identify and make the case for a law reform which is desirable, practical and useful. The Competition is again generously sponsored by the Bar Council Scholarship Trust and awards prizes of -
£4,000 for the Winner
£2,500 for the Runner Up
£1,500 for the best CPE/GDL entry
£1,000 for the runner up CPE/GDL entry
Prizes will be presented at the Law Reform Lecture on 23 November 2010.
For entry form and full details of the competition and eligibility, please see the Bar Council website
(www.barcouncil.org.uk – see the Events page) or by contacting: Jan Bye/Wendy McLaughlin at (WendyM@BarCouncil.org.uk). The closing date for entries is 5pm on 15 October 2010. Law Reform Lecture- diary note This year’s Law Reform Committee lecture will take place on Tuesday, 23 November at 5.30pm in the inner Temple Hall. The speaker will be the Right Honourable Lord Justice Moses.

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