SRA launches triple LSA consultations
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has launched three consultations on how it should regulate new forms of practice enabled in the Legal Services Act. The three papers focus on some of the rule changes necessary to allow self-regulation and to permit legal disciplinary practices. The first consultation looks at proposed changes to the rules governing solicitors' business structures. The second looks at changes to the accounts rules, while the last covers miscellaneous changes to the code of conduct. The closing date for responses is 21 April.
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