|Purpose:||To assist barristers to identify whether and when they may give professional undertakings as barristers, and to identify some practical considerations|
|Scope of application:||All barristers|
|Issued by:||The Ethics Committee|
|Status and effect:||Please see the notice at the end of this document. This is not “guidance” for the purposes of the BSB Handbook I6.4.|
Meaning of undertaking – Distinction between personal undertaking and one given on behalf of someone else – Examples of professional undertakings – Giving undertakings as a barrister – Obligations to give undertakings – Obligations to comply with undertakings – Insurance – Dos and don’ts.
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