Daniel Sheridan, voted in at the Bar Council Election

1st Nov 2023 | News

We are thrilled that Daniel Sheridan has been elected to the 2024 Bar Council. Daniel will hold the position for a 3 year term commencing on 1 January 2024.

The Bar Council play a crucial role in upholding the principles of government accountability under law and vindication of legal rights through the courts.

A strong independent Bar exists to serve the public. It makes a vital contribution to effective operation of both criminal and civil courts in England and Wales.

The Bar Council work to ensure the Bar’s voice is heard. They are the lead representative body for barristers in England and Wales. The interests of the Bar and the public is its focus. It is superb that we have one of our very own on the Bar Council.

Daniel will, along with the other electees ensure that the Bar continue to play a crucial role in ensuring barristers voices are heard. Daniel says he is ‘thrilled and humbled to have been elected to the 2024 Bar Council of England and Wales. I wish to thank, sincerely, everybody that took the time to vote and i shall look forward to starting my term in 2024’.

You can read the full list of electees for the 2024 Bar Council here: Bar Council elections 2024

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