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On 6 October 2011, the Solicitors' Regulation Authority (SRA) began regulating solicitors and firms in a new way; moving from a more prescriptive and reactive approach to regulation to a more

Consultations Outcomes-focused regulation - transforming the SRA's regulation of legal services Annex D - Discussion paper on the equality implications of outcomes-focused regulation 30 April 2010

Consultations Outcomes-focused regulation - transforming the SRA's regulation of legal services Annex C - "Achieving the Right Outcomes": Our responses to the main questions from the profession 30

Now closed: This consultation seeks views on proposed changes to the SRA Accounts Rules 2011 ("the Accounts Rules") which form the second phase of a programme of reform.

Business plan: Our vision, as set out in our strategic plan, states that the coming three years will be a period defined by transformation.

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulates solicitors in England and Wales. Access corporate information, consultations, news and contact information. Business plan 2009

Consultation response: SRA response to the Legal Regulation Review call for evidence

Consultation response: SRA response to the Regulation of legal services in England and Wales, Ministry of Justice call for evidence

Consultation response: SRA response to the BSB consultation on standard of proof

This information pack sets out the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) requirements for Legal Practice Courses (LPCs) that must be followed by all providers.