Bar Council

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General Council of the Bar of England and Wales

General Council of the Bar of England and Wales

General Council of the Bar of England and Wales

CROWNE, Stephen Thomas (born 1957), Chief Executive, The Bar Council, since 2013

SCOTT, Michael Ian Eldon (born 1941), author; Complaints Commissioner, Bar Council, 1997–2006

MORISON, Niall Maclaine (1944 - 2005), Chief Executive, General Council of the Bar, 1994–2004

MOTTRAM, John Frederick (1930 - 1998), Chief Executive, General Council of the Bar, 1987–94

LYONS, Abraham Montagu (1894 - 1961), QC 1933; Recorder of Great Grimsby since 1936; Leader of the Midland Circuit; Member, General Council of the Bar

WHEATLEY, Derek Peter Francis - QC 1981; Barrister-at-Law; Member, Joint Law Society/Bar Council Working Party on Banking Law, 1976–94

VOS, Geoffrey (Charles) (born 1955), a Lord Justice of Appeal, since 2013; Chairman, Bar Council of England and Wales, 2007

GOLDSMITH, Jonathan (born 1953), Secretary-General, Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe, 2002–15 (Consultant, since 2015)

WATSON, William Trevor (1886 - 1943), KC 1930; Bencher of Gray’s Inn; Member General Council of the Bar

MACKIE, (Retd) Alastair Cavendish Lindsay (born 1922), DFC 1943 and Bar 1944; Director General, Health Education Council, 1972–82; Chairman, Ansador Ltd, 1983–2001

AJASA, Kitoyi (1866 - 1937), Member of the Legislative Council of Nigeria; Member of the Diocesan Synod of Lagos; Member of the Lagos Pilotage Board; Prison Visitor for Lagos; Leader of the Lagos Bar

SAPARA-WILLIAMS, Christopher Alexander (1854 - 1915), Barrister-at-law; Member of Legislative Council, Nigeria, since 1901; of Municipal Board of Health, Lagos; Licensing Justice for the Municipal Area, Lagos; Leader of the Nigerian Bar


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The governing body of the barristers' branch of the legal profession. It regulates the activities of all barristers, maintains standards within the Bar, and considers complaints against barristers.

Subjects: Law.

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