We've responded to Professor Mayson's interim report setting out his proposals for the future regulation of the legal framework in England and Wales.
News the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is to drop proposals to lower the levels of professional indemnity insurance (PII) was today welcomed by the Law Society of England and Wales.
An established, firm-wide process for third party referrals is essential, not optional, in the SRA’s new regime, says Dave Seager.
The authors of the Solicitor's Handbook 2019 discuss the major changes coming for solicitors against a background of uncertainty.
Pearl Moses, Law Society head of Risk and Compliance, shares how to make sure you’re prepared with your risk assessment.
We have responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) consultation on improving civil and criminal advocacy standards and the way in which the SRA regulates advocacy.
Tony Imossi, Secretariat of the Association of British Investigators, explains the issue around hiring private investigators.
Marzena Lipman takes a closer look at the new standards and regulations from the SRA.
Dave Seager of SIFA Professional outlines five steps you can take to reboot your firm’s website and attract new clients, in light of the SRA’s Transparency Rules.
Alan East introduces our SQE podcast series, designed to help you understand the new route to qualification.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)’s new Standards and Regulations are just weeks away.
In the third episode of our Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) podcast series, we welcomed Julie Brannan, director of education and training at the Solicitors Regulation Authority.