Lancashire consultant was convicted last year but given opportunity to reflect on what she had done.
Mr Justice Martin Spencer says the sanction against Mark Lorrell was made on a ‘wrong or false basis’.
Law Society will closely monitor impact of lowering the standard of proof in disciplinary proceedings.
Labour member for Peterborough convicted of criminal offence in December.
Experienced solicitor was sentenced in November last year.
Zulfiqar Ali was filmed for an ITV investigation talking about the options for someone wanting to stay in the UK.
Body makes decision after consultation last year - and denies this makes it easier to find solicitors guilty.
Leaseholder clients did not see report that would have made them aware of cost of purchasing freehold.
Andrew Good had been fined and cleared of dishonesty - but both decisions were overturned after the SRA appealed.
Rodney Whiston-Dew was jailed for 10 years in 2017 after establishing trusts for investment funds.
High Court judgment raises issue of why loss of integrity is not penalised as seriously at Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.
Charles Fraser-Macnamara banned after being found to have acted dishonestly by a tribunal.
SRA alleges Charles Valentine Fraser-Macnamara allowed misrepresentations to be made to potential investors.
Charles Valentine Fraser-Macnamara claimed any hearing could prejudice future trials.
SRA submitted to the tribunal that solicitor had been ‘evasive, bordering on disingenuous’ in his explanations.
Gary Ackinclose struck off the roll after being found dishonest over email to client.
Ahmar Hussain found to be a credible and honest witness as he sought to restart his career.
Richard Barca tells tribunal he was trying to help client who faced losing her home and livelihood.
Tribunal strikes off Bradford sole practitioner after finding of dishonesty.
Alan O’Doherty ‘sought to convey the appearance of authorisation when in fact there was none’.
Lee Lipson failed to report drug charges to the regulator, hears tribunal.
Jeffrey Allan Jackson said he could not afford to pay for the safe storage or destruction of thousands of files.
Paula Harris, who sought to cover up lack of progress on her caseload, was convicted of fraud.
Munir Majid was a former solicitor at both Asons Solicitors and Coops Law.
Tribunal hears client ‘relentlessly’ insisted that he wanted to help with solicitor’s liabilities.
Tribunal opts to reprimand lawyer who was ‘entirely unprepared’ for appearance before three appeal judges.
London solicitor fined after tribunal hears he requested payment amid concerns about a flight-risk client.
Concern over strike-off rulings in Sovani James and Emily Scott cases.
Mohammed Riaz had attempted to get a witness to drop assault complaint made against his brother.
Michelle Hind banned after tribunal finds several allegations proven against her.
Stockport solicitor acted to avoid being served with a bankruptcy notice, SDT hears.
Adam Kemeny was caught by a ticket inspector after skipping fares for three months.
Three solicitors at closed North Lincolnshire firm struck off after £150,000 SRA investigation.
Alexis Maitland Hudson was struck off for misconduct and dishonesty by Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal last year.
Director of London firm did nothing to stop abuse of process, despite his responsibility as compliance officer, appeal rules.
Khalid Mohammed Sharif failed to do background checks on two politically exposed persons.
Tim Bennett said he was the subject of a vexatious litigant and apologised for his conduct.
Iqbal had run a claims management company during his ban which had been fined for making unsolicited calls.
Sandia Pamma had catalogued a series of devastating life events affecting her health.
Tribunal found three allegations of dishonesty proved following three-day hearing in November.
Bina Maistry arrived late in court and proceeded when her client was under threat of a wasted costs order.
Robert Perry should have told client to seek independent advice, tribunal finds.
Tribunal finds Lancashire practitioner did not act dishonesty or without integrity.
Media lawyer was fined for sending abusive tweets to people who had threatened him.
Norwich director had faced a £10,500 claim for unpaid disbursements after failing to cancel expert witnesses booking.
Bradford practitioner also acted dishonestly in seeking to influence ex-partner’s evidence.
London lawyer sought to argue there had been collusion between the police and SRA.
Regulatory body was ‘covered in shame’, Simon Myerson QC tweeted.