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Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)

Overview

The SRA is the independent regulator of solicitors and law firms in England and Wales.  It regulates more than 130,000 solicitors in England and Wales.Its purpose is to protect the public

  • by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards, and
  • by acting when risks are identified.

The solicitors’ profession includes single-solicitor practices and huge firms with a global presence and thousands of lawyers. Solicitors also work in the justice system, in government and within companies. All solicitors follow the same professional principles and code of conduct. They provide advice to help them do so.

Established in January 2007, the SRA was previously called the Law Society Regulation Board. It changed its name to emphasise its independence and to make what kit does clearer.

They operate within a regulatory framework.

Contact Details

Phone:
0370 606 2555

Email:
Email via the website

Website:
http://www.sra.org.uk

Address:
The Cube, 199 Wharfside Street, Birmingham B1 1RN

Other Info

Opening times:
Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri 8am - 6pm. Tues 9.30am - 6pm.

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SRA is a regulatory body.

Last updated:
25th February 2020