The super-regulator seems to be practising what it preaches.
We should pay more attention to the International Bar Association. Directly and indirectly, its work affects what we do.
23 May 2016
Privately educated people are over-represented by a factor of five in the senior ranks of the law.
We must judge the success of this week’s London summit only by the long-term practical actions that may follow.
News that solicitors are acting as McKenzie friends will fuel the debate over unqualified advisers.
25 April 2016
The SRA handbook: what a fabulously useful expenditure of energy.
18 April 2016
Tony Fisher rightly highlighted the need for the debate about independent regulation to take account of our obligation to protect the rights of lawyers to challenge the state, and to protect human rights both in our own country and internationally.
The SRA seems to think that it is free to make public statements that, if made by the board of a wholly-owned subsidiary, would lead to the board or at least its chair being sacked.
11 April 2016
We need to reset the debate on the future of solicitor education.
The fightback against Uber shows that lawyers must keep banging the drum for proper regulation of their profession.
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