We've responded to the SRA's proposals to change its principles for lawyers seeking admission in England and Wales.
The Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority have agreed to establish the SRA as a distinct legal entity within the Law Society Group.
Marzena Lipman gives a brief summary of the Legal Services Board (LSB)’s Business Plan 2020-21 proposals and our response.
We've responded to an HM Treasury and HMRC technical consultation on changes to the registration of beneficial ownership information of trusts.
We've responded to the Legal Services Board’s (LSB) consultation on its new business plan for 2020/21.
We've responded to the Office of Legal Complaints' consultation on its 2020/23 corporate strategy.
We've responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's consultation on its 2020/23 corporate strategy.
Greg Smith turns the tables on the SRA and applies the regulator’s principles to its own behaviour towards the profession.
We have responded to LeO's discussion paper about how it could improve transparency and extend its current reporting of decisions to make more information available.
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.