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This practice note seeks to clarify the position relating to the circumstances in which you must provide documents or attend an interview during an SRA investigation, and your rights therein.
This practice note explains the provisions of the act and provides information on the procedures that firms can put in place to prevent bribery being carried out on their behalf and to avail themselves of the statutory defence.
This practice note includes detailed advice on the regulatory and SRA Handbook requirements that apply to in-house practice.
This practice note explores the regulatory impediments to in-house solicitors providing pro bono services to the public.
In-house lawyers may risk a conflict of interest with their employers if the FCA includes in-house teams in its regime.
The Law Society has responded to the FCA's discussion paper.
Katherine Gibson discusses her move from private practice to in-house and back to private practice.
Jennifer Button's fascination with international issues led to her new career.
Funke Abimbola ignored advice that she was 'institutionalised'.
Deborah Ross followed the classic career path from legal journalism to legal PR.
The Law Society's quality mark for any practice that can demonstrate excellence in legal practice management and client care.
From the In-House Division: managing an in-house team
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