Shifting the focus back to the solicitor
5th July, 2016
The article focuses on the new proposed SRA codes of conduct and accounts rules.
It notes that ‘the current focus on firm-based regulation has created a generation of solicitors with sparse understanding of their professional and ethical obligations.’
With the current regime in place regarded as ‘stifling innovation’, this article highlights the thought perception that it comes as ‘no surprise that the team at the top of the Solicitors Regulation Authority are proposing radical change’.
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