Adam Hughes reports on the heavily criticised proposals made by the Solicitors Regulation Authority regarding changes in the training process for solicitors in England and Wales.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has received criticism over its plan to introduce a central ‘super-exam’ to be taken by all would-be solicitors. The SRA has recieved 250 responses to a consultation on the scheme, which is almost double the number…
The Solicitors Regulation Authority have released figures showing that the number of solicitors practicing in England and Wales has increased by more than 2% from last year, and 18% over the last 5 years. That is 133,364 solicitors currently practicing…
Charles Crisp discusses the proposals to allow legal apprentices to qualify as solicitors upon graduation and the impact this would have on aspiring lawyers and on the diversity of the legal profession.
Charles Crisp elucidates the issue of the SRA refunding enrolment fees for the LPC
Charles Crisp takes a look at the recent changes implemented by the Solicitors Regulation Authority which will provide a new way for individuals to qualify as a solicitor and discusses to what extent this is a positive move.
Sarah Hinton comments on the proposals to reform the training and development of prospective solicitors.