mySRA updates

Updates for mySRA users include information about key application processes, top tips for completing online processes, reminders of crucial regulatory and administrative deadlines, and the latest mySRA service advisories, such as details of scheduled outages. The most important updates are also listed at www.sra.org.uk/mysra.

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Individual renewal application (2018/19), 22 August 2018

Practising certificate and registration renewals will take place throughout October.

Firm bulk renewal application (2018/19), 22 August 2018

Practising certificate and registration renewals will take place throughout October.

Manager changes and notification deadlines, 16 July 2018

Before you renew your practising certificates/registrations between 1-31 October, you need to make sure that the information we have about your firm is correct.

Practising certificate/registration renewals (1-31 October 2018), 16 July 2018

Practising certificate and registration renewals will run from 1 to 31 October 2018. 

Updating your profile on mySRA, 16 July 2018

We encourage everyone to update their mySRA profiles now and make sure the information we have about you is correct.

Revocation FAQs, 21 November 2017

The deadline for renewing your practising certificate or registration and paying your regulatory fee was 31 October 2017.

Improvements to our practising certificates/registrations renewal forms , 11 July 2016

The practising certificates/registrations renewals period will take place during October 2016.

Security warning: Chrome web browser and mySRA, 6 May 2015

mySRA's security settings prevent recent versions of the Chrome web browser from accessing the site safely.

Abolishing the annual Keeping of the Roll exercise, 10 November 2014

We recently consulted on a proposal to end the annual Keeping of the Roll exercise, which required solicitors who do not hold a practising certificate to apply online to keep their name on the Roll of Solicitors. Most who responded to the consultation agreed that the exercise was a burden, did not add regulatory value and was not cost effective.

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