BCO17: SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON A CENTRAL ORGANISATION FOR THE INNS OF COURT MINUTES AND PAPERS, 1961

Extent and form : 1 file

Administrative history: the idea of a central organisation for the Bar first emerged during the second half of the 1950s. Eventually, in 1961, the Bar Council Chairman sent a letter suggesting the idea to the Inns of Court and offering to formally send a Memorandum setting out the Bar Council’s thinking. The Inns reply was positive to the idea and the offer of a Memorandum, so the Special Committee was appointed to produce the Memorandum.

Scope and content: only the minutes of first meeting are signed, but this is the formal record of the Committee’s meetings. However, the file does not contain a copy of the final version of the Memorandum.

Related material: see BCO/28/20 for the Memorandum sent by the Bar Council to the four Inns of Court and their report in reply.

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Reference Title Dates Extent
BCO/17/01 Minute book 1961 1 file
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