England Bar Associations

England Bar Associations

  • Bar Council of England and Wales, London
    289-293 High Holborn, London WC1V 7HZ,

    The General Council of the Bar (known as the Bar Council) was founded in 1894 to represent the interests of barristers. As the governing body for the Bar its role is to promote and improve the services and functions of the Bar, and to represent the interests of the Bar on all matters relating to the profession, whether trade union, disciplinary, public interest or in any way affecting the administration of justice.

  • Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR), London
    3 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn, London,

    The Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR) was formed in July 1989 to bring together self-employed barristers who practise in the field of international and commercial law. Its members consist of thirty six sets of chambers mainly in London where barristers practise in this field, together with our Individual and Honorary members.

  • European Young Bar Association, Kent
    57 Mayfield Avenue, Kent BR6 0AJ,

    The European Young Bar Association (EYBA) is a non-profit making, multinational young lawyers association founded on 23rd May 1993 in Prague. The group now represents the interests of over 200,000 young lawyers and is the world's largest young lawyers group. The group was established to encourage links between and to promote the interests and welfare of young lawyers throughout geographical Europe.

  • International Bar Association (IBA), London

    To promote an exchange of information between legal associations worldwide To support the independence of the judiciary and the right of lawyers to practise their profession without interference Support of human rights for lawyers worldwide through its Human Rights Institute .

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