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Addressing inequalities in access to justice: Final report of the SRA's RPF2 project

The Regulators Pioneer Fund (RPF) is an initiative, set up in 2018, by the Better Regulation Executive (BRE), part of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). This report provides a summary of the outcomes of this project.

Risk Outlook report: cryptocurrencies

Report focusing on distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) such as blockchain-based cryptocurrencies and their implications for legal services providers.

Risk Outlook paper: Innovation in a competitive landscape

Risk is two sided. There are many threats in the market that firms need to be aware of, and which we advise firms of through our guidance and publications such as the Risk Outlook. But risk also covers opportunities. Missing them can be just as much of a threat as many of the hazards we warn about. This report covers what can be done by firms to seize some of those opportunities.

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.

Technology and Innovation in Legal Services

This report summarises the key findings of research we commissioned from the University of Oxford on technology and innovation in the legal sector. It also sets out our response to the findings.

The Legal Access Challenge – conclusion and next steps

This report provides a headline summary of the Legal Access Challenge - what we did, how it went, what we learnt and next steps.

Encouraging innovation: transparency about our waiver decisions

While we set out the standards we expect of solicitors and firms, we have always allowed some of our rules to be waived in certain circumstances where this is judged to be in the public interest. Where we grant a waiver the individual or firm does not need to comply with the specific rule or rules to which the waiver applies.

Innovation in legal services

The legal services sector plays a critical role in facilitating commercial and domestic activity and in administering justice.