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Although Andrew Barsby is qualified as a barrister he is not entitled to practise as a barrister and does not hold a practising certificate. He is not subject to many of the rules which regulate practising barristers.
This limits the services he can provide. He cannot exercise rights of audience in the law courts. People would have only limited rights to complain about him to anyone else.
The Legal Ombudsman, which can adjudicate on complaints about poor service by practising barristers, cannot consider any complaint against him. However, people can complain to the Bar Standards Board.
He is not covered by professional indemnity insurance.
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