- Tuesday, 31 March 2015
A report for the Bar Council on the future of criminal justice and advocacy has recommended that legal executives are kept out of the Crown Courts, while solicitors should only be granted rights of audience if they have undergone the same level of training as barristers.
Tags: advocacy, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, rights of audience, Rivlin report
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