We provide advice and support on regulatory processes and complaints, rules and ethics, professional indemnity insurance, and education and training.
We also represent the views of our members in our consultation responses to help shape the regulatory regime in England and Wales.
We have summarised the key findings of the SRA's anti-money laundering thematic review of firms offering trust and company services.
We will respond to the government's consultation on transposing the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive into UK law by January 2020.
The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal announced it will apply to adopt the civil standard of proof when it hears cases brought by the regulator.
We are holding a number of free anti-money laundering training sessions across the country in April, May and June.
We have published a position paper in response to UCL's independent review of legal services regulation launched last year.
We are concerned about the level of scrutiny the Legal Services Board has applied to the SRA's application to change its regulatory arrangements.
We have partnered with the government to remind practitioners of the positive impact that quality AML checks can have on tackling dirty money.
We are concerned that, despite strong opposition from the Law Society and our members, the SRA is pursuing controversial policies.
From 10 July, firms cannot charge fees of more than 20% of the amount recovered for handling claims for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance.
We have published a summary of responses following our discussion paper on the standard of proof applied by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT).
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