More details published of proposals to slash the cost of training and tackle high exam failure rates.
There is much to interest a lawyer-reader in Foyster’s account.
There is much to interest a lawyer-reader in Elizabeth Foyster’s account of the lunacy commission convened to decide whether the Third Earl of Portsmouth should be declared insane.
Bill would increase the regulatory burden on financial services businesses - though lawyers warn of inadequate resources.
As ‘continuing competence’ becomes the mandatory professional development mantra, can the SRA just accept a solicitor’s pledge that they have put in the necessary work?