- Court finds BSB’s wrongly appointed disciplinary tribunal had jurisdiction (Dorairaj v Bar Standards Board)
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
- What are the practical implications of the judgment?
Corporate crime analysis: Marc Beaumont, of Windsor Chambers (Windsor and London), examines a Divisional Court decision that the Bar Standards Board’s (BSB) failure to comply with its own procedural rules by committing the appellant, an unregistered barrister, to a five-person, rather than a three-person, disciplinary tribunal had not rendered the tribunal’s decision null and void.
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