Advertise a trusteeship

Bar in the Community operates a trustee finding service for charities that need to appoint legally qualified trustees. The service operates is free and available throughout England and Wales.

If you are a voluntary organisation seeking the skills and experience of barristers or other legal professionals on your board then please apply to advertise a trusteeship vacancy using the form below.

When you submit this application, the information you have provided will be sent by email to BIC. A copy will also be sent to your email address for your records. Please note that email is not a secure medium and therefore you should not submit personal or confidential information via this form.

If you wish to submit personal or confidential information to Bar in the Community then you may prefer to download the application form to complete by hand and return by post instead.

Your details
Your organisation
Your organisation's address
Charity type or cause(s)
More about your organisation
Vacancy details

Please note that Bar in the Community is focused on providing volunteer opportunities for barristers and these are who your opportunity will principally be promoted to.

Management Committee Meetings

How often and where do your management committee meet?


Bar in the Community will process your information for the purpose of introducing you to barristers and legal professionals who may be interested in your vacancy. Details of the vacancy may also be published on the publicly accessible Bar in the Community website without further notice.


Need something else?

Bar in the Community can also help to find mentors as well as volunteers to oversee moot competitions.

If you need assistance with this then please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Member of the public seeking help?

If you are a member of the public in need of help from a barrister and you are ineligible for obtain legal aid and cannot afford to pay then please visit the Bar Pro Bono Unit website for further information and assistance.