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SRA Handbook (November 2017 edition)


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1 December 2017


Law Society Publishing


9781784460952


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234 x 156 mm
520 pages

SRA Handbook (November 2017 edition)

Solicitors Regulation Authority

Overview

The SRA Handbook sets out the standards and requirements the SRA expects solicitors to achieve and observe for the benefit of the clients they serve.

Every solicitor in England and Wales needs to keep up-to-date with the rules governing their conduct and the responsibilities and obligations that the SRA imposes on them.

Understand the latest changes and obligations with this new edition, updated to Version 19 (1 November 2017).

Key changes to this edition include:

  • Amendments to the professional indemnity insurance requirements when a firm wishes to no longer be regulated by the SRA.

Conveniently containing the updated Code and the Accounts Rules in one place, this handbook is essential to the work of all solicitors in England and Wales.


Contents

1. Introduction;
2. SRA Principles 2011;
3. The SRA Code of Conduct 2011;
4. The SRA Accounts Rules 2011;
5. Authorisation and Practising Requirements;
6. Client Protection;
7. Discipline and Costs Recovery;
8. Overseas Rules 2013;
9. Specialist Services;
10. Glossary 2012.