Committees

The CBA is committed to represent the views and interest of the practising members of the Criminal Bar. Here you can access details on the Executive Committee, together with our Sub-Committees.

Officers

The officers meet once a month and have the powers of the full committee if necessary. They are in constant liaison at all times.

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Executive Committee

The committee meet once a month to discuss and decide the main issues of the moment.

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Remuneration Committee

The CBA Remuneration Committee meet once a month to continue all aspects of fee negotiation.

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Young Bar Committee

The CBA Young Bar Committee assists with all aspects which relate to the Junior Bar.

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Judicial Committee

The CBA Judicial Committee assists with all aspects of the court estate and court centre listing.

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Education & Training Committee

The CBA’s Education and Training Committee seeks to provide a programme of continuing education and training to the Criminal Bar.

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Social Mobility Committee

The Social Mobility Committee provides advice to The Criminal Bar Association on all matters concerning retention which directly or indirectly affect the Criminal Bar and its members.

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Equality & Diversity Committee

The Equality and Diversity Director provides advice to The Criminal Bar Association on all matters concerning equality and diversity which directly or indirectly affect the Criminal Bar and its members.

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International Committee

The Director of International Affairs provides advice to The Criminal Bar Association on all International matters which directly or indirectly affect the Criminal Bar and its members.

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