Richard Atkins QC tackles the perennial question asked of the Bar Council; all can play their part and look out for the Bar
In his inaugural column as Chair of the Bar for 2019, Richard Atkins QC sets out his aims and priorities for the year ahead – not least a happier Bar
In his last column as Chair of the Bar, Andrew Walker QC laments the consequences of fading memories and political expediencies
With all due respect: are we placing enough value on one other? Andrew Walker QC on why it’s time to reboot collegiality in robing rooms and courts
Embrace tradition, celebrate our legal inheritance and cement the Bar’s global reputation: Andrew Walker QC looks forward to the Opening of the Legal Year
With Justice Week and the Spending Review ahead, Andrew Walker QC has high hopes of the Bar’s own AG and DPP – but Whitehall is not accounting for justice
With the urgency to settle the UK’s negotiating position increasing and crunch time approaching, Andrew Walker QC reads the (legal) runes—what will Brexit mean for the Bar?
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