Regulator of lawyers in England and Wales publishes new code of conduct

16 Oct 2013 5:35 AM | Adam Parfitt (Administrator)

The Bar Standards Board, which regulates lawyers in England and Wales, has approved a new code of conduct, which is enforceable from January 2014. Notable changes to the code include the removal of restrictions on the stages of litigation self-employed lawyers can undertake, which will permit qualified lawyers to act at each stage of litigation. Similarly, self-employed lawyers will see restrictions on the sharing of premises and the formation of associations with non-barristers removed.


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