The SRA Handbook is no longer in effect. It was replaced by the SRA Standards and Regulations on 25 November 2019.
Full accreditation at level 2Back to version 21
Version 13 of the Handbook was published on 01/04/2015. For more information, please click 'History' Above
Regulation 8: Full accreditation at level 2
Subject to regulation 8.2, if you do not intend to undertake trials, you may apply for full accreditation at level 2 by submitting an application in the manner prescribed by the SRA enclosing an assessment by an assessment organisation approved by the SRA demonstrating that you have met all the competencies as set out in the QASA.
If you do not intend to undertake trials and you have obtained your higher courts advocacy qualification for criminal advocacy by assessment in accordance with the SRA Higher Rights of Audience Regulations, you will automatically be granted full accreditation and will not be required to apply for re-accreditation until: