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We are required by the Bar Standards Board to collect data on applicants and we ask you to provide the following information. However you are under no obligation to provide it, and it will not be used to evaluate your application for pupillage. No one involved in the pupillage selection process will see this section of your application form or learn of its contents during the process. The data will be anonymised and reviewed as required and in accordance with rule C110, specifically rule C110(3)(f) of the Handbook and the BSB Handbook Equality Rules, Section 6.
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