Press release archive for 2015
The SRA has announced five new appointments to its Board.Consumer credit regulation passes final hurdle, 14 December 2015
Our new model for consumer credit regulation has passed its final hurdle.Thousands have their say on solicitors' standards , 14 December 2015
More than 4,000 people have already had their say in a national campaign looking at what should happen when solicitors fall short of expected standards.SRA proposes a Solicitors Qualifying Examination for all new solicitors, 07 December 2015
We are proposing a shake-up in the way solicitors qualify, with a consultation on a new standardised system for assessing trainees.SRA's latest Business Plan continues good work, 02 December 2015
The SRA has today published its latest Business Plan, setting out how it will build upon the progress made in the last 12 months.SRA backs call for independent legal regulators , 02 December 2015
The SRA Board has welcomed the Government proposals to make legal service regulators independent from their representative bodies.
As part of our regular review of risks for the legal sector, we have today (30 November) issued advice to help small law firms stay one step ahead of the issues they face.SRA looks to the future, setting out a new regulatory model, 26 November 2015
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has outlined its vision for the future, pushing ahead with a fundamental shift away from prescriptive rules in favour of protecting the public by setting out the principles solicitors should follow.Solicitors targeted by fake Land Registry emails, 19 November 2015
Solicitor firms are among those being targeted by emails claiming to be sent from the Land Registry.Maidstone gets a vote on legal questions of trust, 19 November 2015
Maidstone will be having its say in a major campaign looking into what should happen when solicitors fall short of expected standards.