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Young barristers in debt and depressed, warns head of Bar Council youth wing

Louisa Nye will tell council’s annual conference that many new lawyers are anxious and profession is portrayed as ‘scourge on society’ Young barristers are heavily in debt and becoming vulnerable to depression, the chair of the Bar Council’s youth wing warns. In an address to the organisation’s annual conference on Saturday, Louisa Nye will say many find it “difficult to stop worrying” at a time when lawyers are characterised in the media as a “scourge on society”.
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