On 1 July 2014, the SRA Training Regulations 2014 - Qualification and Provider Regulations replaced the SRA Training Regulations 2011 Parts 1 and 2. These regulations deal with education and training requirements up to the point of admission as a solicitor.
For detailed information about qualifying as a solicitor under the new regulations, see our resources for students and education providers.
For summary information about the changes to the Training Regulations that came into effect on 1 July, please visit Training for Tomorrow. Topics covered include the following: student enrolment; character and suitability; removal of the Certificate of Academic Standing, CPE eligibility and exemptions; removal of the Certificate of Completion of the Academic Stage; flexibility in recognising relevant prior learning through the introduction of equivalent means.
Warning: Scam emails offer LPC funding
1 August 2014 – Scam emails are being sent to recent law graduates, falsely stating that True Personal Injury Solicitors is a government body that can pay part of their Legal Practice Course (LPC) fees. More