Bar Education Regulations
CH.64 – 4] LEGAL PROFESSION
STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS [Original Service 2001]
endeavours to ensure that that person shall receive during
his pupillage instruction in the law and legal practice of
The Bahamas adequate for independent practice by him as
a counsel and attorney in The Bahamas.
THE BAR EDUCATION REGULATIONS
[Commencement 1st June, 1973]
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Bar
2. Until other provision is made by law, the arrange-
ments in force immediately before the commencement of these
Regulations governing the matters for which regulations may
be made under section 34 of the Bahamas Bar Act, shall
continue in full force and effect.
THE BAHAMAS BAR (EXAMINATIONS)
[Commencement 6th May, 1982]
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Bahamas
Bar (Examinations) Regulations.
2. In these Regulations —
“the Act” means the Bahamas Bar Act, together with
any subsequent amendments thereof;
“the Bar Council” means the members elected under
section 6 of the Act;
“counsel and attorney” means a counsel and attorney
admitted to practice under the Act;
“the Panel” means the Panel of Examiners appointed
by the Bar Counsel under these Regulations;
“the Registrar” means the person appointed as
Registrar of Examinations under these Regula-
legal education to
remain in force.