New SRA Handbook
As you will be aware, the SRA has operates an outcomes-focused and risk-based approach to regulation with the intention that the legal community deliver services in a way that best suits the client’s needs.
Originally implemented in 2011, the new SRA Handbook now consolidates the regulatory requirements that apply to traditional legal practices and new entrants to the legal services market including alternative business structures (ABS). However with growing concerns over law firm stability it’s not just the regulators you need to be concerned with; Insurers are more interested in law firm compliance than ever.
Taking a practical approach to law firm compliance under the new SRA Handbook, Brian Rogers of Riliance - the UK's leading provider of risk and compliance software - discusses the importance of ensuring that your firm is up to speed with SRA regulation and how best to demonstrate your firm’s compliance.
On completion of this course you will have a greater understanding of the following:
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