We're urgently considering the implications of the Supreme Court's decision in Harcus Sinclair LLP v Your Lawyers Ltd in relation to solicitors’ undertakings and incorporated practices.
The Legal Services Board’s proposed new rules and guidance for changes to regulatory arrangements are a significant improvement.
We've responded to the LSB's draft rules and guidance on applications from the frontline regulators to alter regulatory arrangements.
The National Crime Agency is looking for a private sector secondee to the National Economic Crime Centre public private partnership team.
Providers of training contracts and QWE should pay aspiring solicitors £20,217 outside London and £22,794 in the capital, the Law Society warned ahead of the SQE launch.
Find out what's happening with the LSB's work on quality indicators and how to get involved in the SRA's digital comparison tool pilots.
The Home Office has published a circular on suspicious activity reports (SARs) in the context of disclosure in private civil litigation.
We caught up with Bahare Heywood, chief risk and compliance officer at Clifford Chance, to discuss the latest issues around ethics and compliance.
Our Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) has responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) 2021/22 business plan consultation.
Solicitors’ leaders today welcomed the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) draft 2021-2022 business plan and budget.
We've responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's consultation on its 2021/22 business plan and budget.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has fined three firms that took over a year to comply with their anti-money laundering obligations.