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The Bar Tribunals & Adjudication Service (BTAS)

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Legal Services

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Published:

    158 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    04 April 2022

Chairs, Members and Clerks of Hearing Panels

Are you Fair-minded?

Chairs, Members and Clerks of Hearing Panels Attendance fee £300 per day or £150 per half day (Chairs and Members). £200 per day or £100 per half day (Clerks)

The Bar Tribunals & Adjudication Service (BTAS) is responsible for organising and administering Disciplinary Tribunals and other hearings to consider the most serious allegations of professional misconduct against practising and aspiring barristers.

We are looking for a diverse range of practitioners to serve as Panel Chairs, Panel Members and Clerks at Disciplinary Tribunals and other hearings for barristers. We are interested in applicants of any level of seniority as a barrister or clerk; what is important is that you want to make a contribution to your profession.

BTAS would particularly like to encourage applications from all diverse members of our community and society, as we feel that our panels are currently underrepresented by minority groups.

For more information visit www.btasrecruitment.org.

Applications should be submitted by Noon on Monday 4th April 2022.

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