Women well represented at the bar

Sunday 27 March 2011 at 4:34 pm | In News | 1 Comment

A recent survey undertaken by the Bar Standards Board has shone a light on the ratio of male to female lawyers at the Bar. ‘The

Bar Barometer’ shows that while women make up only 34% of practising barristers, they account for nearly half of employed barristers – ie those based ‘in-house’ at a law firm or company, or those working for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) or Government Legal Service (GLS).

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  1. This is an interesting article. Law has always been one of those male-dominated professions and I find it great that women are starting to make a real impact in the field. This is really an indication of the changing world.

    Comment by IBB Solicitors — Thursday 31 March 2011 10:31 am #

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