Thursday February 27, 2020

Barristers to undergo on-the-job training

Barristers will be required to do ten hours a year of professional development training from October.

3rd September, 2005

It's the first time that Irish barristers have been obliged to undergo on-the-job training after being called to the Bar.

Hugh Mohan, the chairman of the Bar Council, said the scheme was being established “to help members remain up to date with developments in specific areas of the law and to maintain their level of competency'‘. Members will be free to select the manner in which they participate and to certify their attendance on an...

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