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Direct access is taking up an increasing proportion of instructions for the Civil, Family and Crime Chambers, 5 Pump Court. Receipts for direct access work increased by 300 per cent in 2015 compared to 2014, as the Chambers’ senior clerk, Tim Markham, writes in an article for the Solicitors Journal. posted on March 8th, 2016
The Bar Standards Board has changed the rule that requires a barrister to accept an instruction as the next available barrister when a case comes up even though there is a risk that they might not get paid for taking on the work. posted on August 17th, 2015
[Photo: Pixabay - cc0]   posted on December 19th, 2016