The SRA clickable logo (known as the digital badge in our rules) is now available for you to use on your website.
Provided via software which will make sure only regulated firms can display it, the logo will show online visitors that you are regulated and provide them with a link to information on the protections this provides. Displaying the logo will help you differentiate yourself from unregulated providers.
Use of the logo was initially voluntary but became a mandatory requirement on 25 November 2019.
Adding the logo to your website
The clickable logo is provided by our development partner Yoshki, who will administer the scheme to make sure only regulated law firms can display it.
The logo is available in three different colour variations, as well as in Welsh.
On this site you will find an easy-to-follow user guide, frequently asked questions and information on how to get technical support.
Registering your website address
The logo will only work with websites linked to a regulated firm's mySRA. Before attempting to add the logo to your site, please log in to your mySRA and enter your website address or check it is properly recorded.
If you are an authorised signatory or organisation contact, you can do this by:
- logging in to mySRA
- clicking on My Organisations
- clicking on your Organisation's name, then Office Details
- selecting Edit on the relevant office
- update your website and click save
Please allow at least 24 hours after updating any website details before attempting to use the logo.
Log in to mySRA to update your domains
If you experience any difficulties in using the logo, please refer to the dedicated support available on the Yoshki website.