Barrister At-Law Brief At-Law Bar. How to be a barrister, a nine-month ‘Bar Professional Training Course’ (in short BPTC) is required in England. Upon successful completion of this course, the accreditation and certificate of the England Bar Council are available. Anyone with pre-qualification can take this course.
Prerequisite for Bar Professional Training Course
Direct admission to the Bar Professional Training Course in England is not possible. If you want to be admitted, the first condition is that he has to do IELTS. The second condition is that you must have any of the following three qualifications:
1. At least a second class LLB (honors) must be passed from a British university or any affiliated institution.
2. If anyone has a third class in law degree from a British university or a recognized institution, he or she must pass the LLM (Masters) with a second class from a British university or any affiliated institution.
3. If someone from a university or accredited institution in England earns a master’s degree in any other subject, he must complete another nine-month course. In this case, the Honors Degree holders have to qualify as mentioned above.
In the case of other university degree holders
If someone passes an Honors from a University other than a British University or a recognized institution (for that matter), to be admitted to a Bar Professional Training Course, he will have to be honor again with a law degree from a British University or a recognized institution. Yet, Masters Degree holders have a special advantage in this regard, that of the 12 subjects in their Honors, three are less readable.
British degrees can get in Bangladesh
There are several institutes operating in our country, where the law is preparing according to the curriculum of England. British School of Law, Bhuiyan Academy, Newcastle Law Academy, London College Legal Studies (LCLS), etc. Students from these institutes take the same question paper with other universities in England at the same time. Their answer sheet was also evaluated in England. After passing law honors from these recognized institutes, direct admission to professional training courses can be made in England.
Anyone with an HSC or equal degree can enroll in a three- to four-year LLB (Honors) course at these institutes. In that case, SSC and HSC combined with their GPO-1. But, there is no specific age limit for studying in these institutions.
In this regard, Barrister Saeed Sajjad said, “The University of London and the University of Nardambria in England have the opportunity to pursue a British degree in this distance education system.” But, even if you are honor with a law degree from a British university or recognized institution at home, you must go to England for a professional training course for nine months.
Bar At-Law Certificate
The Bar At-Law is a respected Charter of the England Bar Council. The course is to be completed in any of the four England courses (Lincoln’s Inn, Grace Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple). Although the certificate is given in, the study is to be completed under a British university.
Taking the ‘Bar At-Law’ is an expensive dream. But, the tuition fee for professional training courses at different times in Bangladesh varies from Tk 1 lakh to 3,000 to 1 lakh 3 thousand rupees (1 to 25 to 5 thousand 5 pounds).
If you want to take an LLB (Honors) degree from a British university, the tuition fee of the university and the tuition fee of the Bangladeshi institution will be at least Rs. If you want to go to England, only tuition fees will be charged from 20 to 1 lakh. The cost of living and eating is at least 1 to 3 thousand rupees a month (1 to 5 pounds).
It will cost Tk 1 to 5 lakh in the case of a bar auction sitting in the country. And if you want to go to England, you will read like 1 lakh to one crore taka.
Nadia Nazinen, a former barrister at the University of Greenwich, said that nothing could be said about the cost of studying in England. Each university has a different fee. Year after year, the fee is increasing. Tuition fees for a BPTC course increase from £ 25 to £ 5 per year.
Former Barrister Farzana Ahmed, a former University of Wolverhampton student, said the rising cost of living in England is also important.