The Bar Tribunals and Adjudication Service (BTAS) is recruiting for the key role of the Vice Chair of the Inns’ Conduct Committee, which provides vital professional leadership and guidance to support BTAS in its work.

Vice Chair (Barrister) of the Inns’ Conduct Committee will assist in the determination of whether an Inn of Court should refuse to admit an applicant for admission, or expel or refuse to Call a student to the Bar. As a member of the ICC they will have a key role in developing general policy and process, in addition to serving on the panels which consider whether individuals are fit and proper persons to become practising barristers. The postholder must be a practising barrister of not less than seven years’ standing.

The Vice Chair offers professional guidance to the BTAS Registrar, who (supported by a small administrative team) is responsible for the successful day-to-day delivery of the ICC’s operations.

For further details and for how to apply, please refer to the post here:

The closing date for applications is Monday 4 July 2022