Computer Evidence: presume nothing, trust no software or data, engage an expert.  Costly?  Just look at the cost if you don’t.

Challenging the reliability of AI and other complex multi-connected intelligent computer systems will become of fundamental importance as businesses and society move rapidly towards a software-dominated, algorithm-governed future.  Increasingly ubiquitous…

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BSB launches a consultation on the regulation of non-professional conduct and on proposed new Social Media Guidance and publishes interim Social Media Guidance

The BSB is today launching a three-month public consultation on the regulator’s proposed approach to the regulation of non-professional conduct and on barristers’ use of social media. Simultaneously, interim Social Media Guidance has been…

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BSB Disability Taskforce event: Being disabled at the Bar, and the regulator’s perspective on supporting disabled talent

    The BSB in collaboration with its Disability Taskforce will be holding their first event on 15 September 2022. It will be hosted by 7BR chambers, who have recently…

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