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OU on the BBC: The Barristers

Updated Thursday 23rd October 2008

Join our hopefuls as they work to become barristers - and find out how barristers help serve justice.

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The Barristers

The BBC and The Open University bring you a series with unprecedented access to the work of the barrister. Meet the ambitious people aiming to be the next generation. Find out more about the series.

First broadcast: Friday 21 Nov 2008 on BBC TWO England & Northern Ireland

 

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