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Ruffling employed barristers' feathers

Employed barristers are beginning to ruffle their feathers over the Bar Council’s approach to campaigning on rights of audience on their behalf. Some feel that there is a distinct lack of enthusiasm from the Bar Council for the fight, and that while the right noises are being made in public, there is rather less going […]

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