Becoming a QC is a major milestone in any barrister’s career, but they all started out at the bottom. Lawyer 2B asks three new QCs what it takes to make it at the bar
For many barristers, following the hunt for pupillage and the securing of tenancy, applying to the ranks of Queen’s Counsel (QC) is the first time since their early years that they are put under such close personal scrutiny. Lawyer 2B asked three of the new crop to share insights into their routes to the bar and the skills they see as essential for success. Read more here.
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