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Ethnicity Pay Gap report 2021

This report covers the ethnicity pay gap reporting for the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Our equality, diversity and inclusion work 2020/21

This is an overview of our work to promote equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) setting out how we continued to place EDI at the heart of our work.

Regulated population statistics

To provide our stakeholders with timely information about those we regulate, we publish key statistics about the population of solicitors and firms that we regulate. The statistics are updated monthly.

Regulators Pioneer Fund 2: interim report Challenges to address inequalities in access to justice

The Regulators' Pioneer Fund is a Government lead initiative which sponsors projects led by regulators or local authorities which aim to help create a UK regulatory environment that encourages business innovation and investment.

Legal Choices 2020–2023 development strategy

In 2020 we began a new three year development strategy. Our goal was to extend our reach while strengthening the quality and relevance of the content we put out.

Workplace Culture Thematic Review

Workplace culture defines the character of a working environment and is built by those who work there.

Review of first sitting of SQE1

The first sitting of the first part of a single, nationally recognised solicitor qualifying exam, for candidates wishing to practice in England and Wales was held in November 2021.

An evaluation framework for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination

The SRA has planned a programme of evaluation to understand whether this major reform achieves the stated objectives, and if there are any wider impacts or consequences. The

SQE2 Business Readiness Review Report

This report is primarily concerned with business readiness for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination Part 2 (SQE2) exams, with the first session planned for April 2022.

Education and training authorisation and monitoring activity September 2019 – August 2020

We have a statutory responsibility for the education and training of solicitors, as set out in the Solicitors Act 1974 and the Legal Services Act 2007.