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About the SRA

Ethnicity Pay Gap report 2023

The ethnicity pay gap report of the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) - the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Although there is no statutory requirement to publish ethnicity pay gap data we have chosen to do so for the third year running.

Gender Pay Gap report 2023

This is the gender pay gap report of the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) - the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. This report covers the statutory gender pay reporting up to April 2023.

Equality impact assessment for the prioritisation of applications to the SRA Compensation Fund with regard to Axiom Ince

This impact assessment sets out the potential impacts, both positive and negative, of the criteria for emergency payments and the prioritisation of how we will consider applications made to the fund.

Workforce progress report 2022

Information about our workforce and the progress we are making as we work towards being an organisation that fully reflects the diversity of the public whose interest we serve.

Our corporate reports for 2021/22

This combined set of reports covers our work in authorisation, client protection and education and training for our financial year November 2021 to October 2022,

Client protection, interventions and compensation fund - corporate report 2021/22

We intervene and close down about 40 solicitor firms a year to protect client interests. This report details trends from 2021 to 2022.

Upholding professional standards - diversity monitoring - corporate report 2021/22

Our detailed annual report covering ethnicity, sex, age and disability monitoring as it relates to our enforcement processes.

Upholding professional standards - corporate report 2021/22

Our annual report that details the enforcement work involved in regulating 160,000 practising solicitors and 9,500 law firms.

SRA Compensation Fund Annual Report and Financial Statements For the Year ended 31 October 2021

The primary object of the Compensation Fund (the Fund) is to replace money which a defaulting practitioner or a defaulting practitioner's employee or manager has misappropriated or otherwise failed to account for.

Solicitors Regulation Authority Limited Financial Statements Five Month Period To 31 October 2021

This is our first report as Solicitors Regulation Authority Ltd. It follows our increased separation from the Law Society of England and Wales and being established as a distinct legal entity within the Law Society Group in June 2021.