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Designed to help applicants for Silk and judicial appointments from all areas of the profession, the Bar Council’s Mentoring Service for the Bar launches this month. Amanda-Jane Field explains

This month sees the launch of the Bar Council’s Mentoring Service for the Bar. The idea began as a joint initiative between two Bar Council Committees, the Legal Services Committee and the Employed Barristers’ Committee. Supported by the Equality & Diversity Committee, it is designed to increase the number of successful applicants for Silk and judicial appointments from all sectors of the Bar. It builds on the many years’ work that the Bar Council has undertaken to increase diversity in the profession and in the higher judiciary. The service aims to put applicants for silk and judicial appointments in the best position they can be in, by providing an adviser to help analyse their skills and complete the evidence-based forms.

30 September 2013
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