Tuesday 7 February 2012

Bar drops bombshell...

The Bar Council and the Bar Standards Board have clubbed together to commission some research, two conclusions of which are stellar in their novelty and insight:

Barristers who went to fee-paying schools,

who went to Oxbridge, who have better degree

classifications, and/or who have achieved QC

status, are notably more positive than others about

their pay and career progression – perhaps because

they tend to work in the better-remunerated areas of

the Bar.

QCs seem to be particularly satisfied, with 81

per cent saying that most days they are enthusiastic

about their work, compared to 67 per cent of those

who are not QCs.

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