Sunday 19th February 2023
£26,312 - £30,900 per annum, depending on skills and experience
As part of their role, the Services Coordinator will ensure the smooth operational delivery of the entire services portfolio, examples of which include the Pupillage Gateway recruitment portal and the Bar Representation Fee payment and rewards systems. They will also participate in meetings with key stakeholders such as the Services Appointment Panel, the Bar Council’s business partners, and members of the Legal Practice Management Association and Institute of Barristers’ Clerks.
The Bar Council represents over 17,000 barristers in England and Wales. It promotes the Bar’s high-quality specialist advocacy and advisory services; fair access to justice for all; the highest standards of ethics, equality, and diversity across the profession; and the development of business opportunities for barristers at home and abroad.
The Bar Council is the governing body and the Approved Regulator for the Bar of England and Wales.