Upcoming events

We organise and take part in a wide range of events and conferences. Come and meet us to find out more about what we’re doing. If you would like to invite an SRA speaker to your event, please fill in our speaker request form.

Upcoming events and conferences in which we'll be participating are listed below. To book a place or find out more about non-SRA events, please contact the organisers directly.

June 2016

SRA Handbook changes for compliance officers – London

What do the Handbook changes mean for compliance officers? We are proposing a new Code of Conduct for all solicitors and a separate one for firms. Join us on 23 June to hear what our proposals could mean for you as COLP or COFA.

SRA Handbook changes for solicitors – London

Why are we changing the Handbook? Join us at a free event at Thistle Holborn, The Kingsley, London, on 23 June. Hear more about how our we're making the way we regulate clearer and easier to understand.

July 2016

Trust and the market: Rethinking regulation – London

  • Date

    15 July 2016
  • Location

    30 Euston Square, London
  • SRA Speaker


Trust and the market: rethinking regulation, chaired by Channel 4 News presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy, will bring together experts from different sectors to share their views on the regulatory landscape - now and in the future.

Whether in the legal, financial, health or utilities sectors, the challenges are the same. How do you build public confidence and trust? What do the public expect from individual and organisations providing key services? How can we make sure markets work in consumers' best interests?

Sign up for free and hear the latest thinking - from both inside and outside of regulation - about how to tackle these challenges.

The event is an opportunity to share the latest thinking on:

  • Professional standards and our recent Question of Trust campaign
  • Developing consumer trust
  • Innovation
  • Open data
  • Ensuring open, competitive markets

This conference is aimed at regulators of all professions, policy makers, think-tanks, parliamentarians and academics in the field, as well as the legal profession. You will leave with the latest, most relevant information on where regulation is heading and what this could mean for the public and professionals.

Places are limited so early booking is recommended.