Openness and transparency, LSB style - should the work of legal regulators be confidential?
I have written before about the Legal Services Board's (LSB's) approach to transparency - it demands much of those it regulates, but getting information from the board is not quite so easy. And as this document shows, even when you do get information, it's not always that useful. This is a paper on the LSB's corporate risk register that went to its March meeting and has only recently been published (. The Sir Humphreys of this world would be proud.
I have written before about the Legal Services Board’s (LSB’s) approach to transparency – it demands much of those it regulates, but getting information from the board is not quite so easy.
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