The chairman of the bar has called for legislation to cap the number of places on legal professional training courses, amid growing concern over debt-laden students unable to secure jobs.

Nicholas Lavender QC said he would also like the bar to adopt solicitors' recruitment practices, so that prospective barristers secure a pupillage while at university, before committing to the expense of the bar professional training course (BPTC).

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