It is through the Bar's committees that a great deal of the work of the Bar as a representative professional institution is undertaken. The selfless contribution of time and effort given by members to this work is a donation of great value to the Bar and to the wider community.
It is an objective of the Bar Council to ensure that committee membership reflects, as far as possible, the general composition of the Bar. All active members are invited to become committee members and experience is not a prerequisite, since the Bar Council is keen to involve new people in the Committees.
Barristers who have not previously served on committeess are therefore particularly encouraged to express their interest in joining, and an invitation to participate is extended to members for the commencement of each Council year.
Bar committees are grouped into the following categories:
Barrister members in each group will be displayed by clicking on the committee name in the above categories.