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About the SRA

Gender Pay Gap report 2022

The gender pay gap report of the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales - reporting up to April 2022.

Ethnicity Pay Gap report 2022

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 second year running.

SRA workforce senior ethnicity inclusion action plan

To drive the systematic change we want to see we will learn from best practice, working with leaders and experts in this area to identify how to increase diversity in our senior team.

Workforce progress report 2021

Welcome to our 2021 SRA staff diversity report. Our report offers information about our staff and the initiatives we have taken during the year to make sure we have a diverse and inclusive workforce and a workplace that reflects our values.

Welcome to our suite of corporate reporting for the 2020/21 year

We have published separate but connected reports on Authorisation, Client Protection, Education and Training and our enforcement work (published under the title: Upholding Professional Standards) for the financial year from 1 November 2020 to 31 October 2021.

Upholding Professional Standards 2020/21 - Corporate report

Welcome to the third annual Upholding Professional Standards report which covers 2020/21

Upholding Professional Standards 2020/21 – Diversity Monitoring, Supporting Report - Corporate report

This report supports our 2020/21 Upholding Professional Standards publication.

Client protection, interventions and the compensation fund 2020/21 - Corporate report

If we know that people are at risk of receiving legal services from a dishonest solicitor, or it is, for some other reason, necessary to protect the interests of clients, we can take action and close down a firm or a solicitor’s practice.

Our Anti-Money Laundering work - Corporate reporting

Money laundering is when criminals 'clean' the proceeds (the financial gains) of crime. Criminals transform proceeds into assets, such as houses or businesses, or other seemingly legitimate funds, for example, money in a bank account.

Upholding professional standards 2019/20 - Corporate reporting

Our Upholding Professional Standards report sets out information about how complaints are handled, how we conduct investigations, and how we decide whether and what sort of regulatory action is necessary.