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Assessment Drives Learning: The Solicitors Qualifying Exam Eliminates U.K. Law School Requirement
 
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The regulatory body that oversees the legal profession in England and Wales, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), has enacted a major overhaul of legal training and solicitor licensure. This will take effect in 2020. On Lawyer 2 Lawyer, hosts Bob Ambrogi and Craig Williams join attorney Mark A. Cohen, CEO of Legal Mosaic and Julie Brannan, Director of Education and Training for the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), as they discuss how the U.K. is eliminating the requirement of attending law school in favor of a skills exam. They talk about that exam, its potential impact on law students and the legal community, and whether or not the United States will adopt a similar practice. Mark Cohen, the CEO of Legal Mosaic, is a Distinguished Lecturer in Law at Georgetown Law School and writes a weekly column on the global legal marketplace for Forbes. Mark recently wrote a piece for Forbes titled, “A British Reboot of Legal Education-- Law School Optional.” Julie Brannan is the director of education and training for the Solicitors Regulation Authority better known as the SRA out of the U.K. She joined the SRA in October 2013, and since then has been leading the Training for Tomorrow review of legal education and training. Special thanks to our sponsors, Clio and Litera.
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SRA Solicitors Regulation Authority CLYDE & CO PI*COVER Professional Indemnity Insurance Case
 
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UK GOVERNMENT DA-NOTICE NEWS BLACKOUT - MAINSTREAM MEDIA EXTRACTS: I The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar offshore tax fraud scandal which is encircling 10 Downing Street and David Cameron's family offshore tax haven vehicle Blairmore Holdings Trust has revealed that a startling litany of more than thirty five UK Law Society firms are confronting major criminal allegations or civil negligence claims on an industrial scale in this case of international importance. Sources have confirmed that one of the UK Law Society central actors are the professional indemnity insurance lawyers Clyde & Co based in the City of London who are known to be representing the magic circle law firm Slaughter & May Gerald Carroll's personal legal advisers who are primarily responsible for this massive tax fraud heist operation which stretches the globe. Hard on the heels of these insights into the Gerald Carroll debacle well seasoned political observers in Washington DC have remarked that this case has highlighted the serious level of corruption within the UK Government's law enforcement inter-agencies who are charged with the prosecution of criminal bankers accountants and lawyers in England. Furthermore the ultimate secondary victims in this sorry affair are the professional indemnity insurance companies who are finding themselves confronting a huge financial exposure in a case which was impulsed by Scotland Yard's inordinate delays to the arrests and prosecution of the Withers Worldwide Goodman Derrick l\aw firms crime syndicate who effectively executed this multi-billion dollar bank fraud spanning a staggering sixteen years. UK GOVERNMENT DA-NOTICE NEW BLACKOUT - MAINSTREAM MEDIA EXTRACTS: I The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust mlti-billion dollar offshore tax fraud bribery scandal sweeping the City of London has revealed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard criminal standard of proof prosecution files have named two High Court Judges respectively Sir David Eady and Mrs Justice Sharp in this case of international importance. UK GOVERNMENT DA-NOTICE NEWS BLACKOUT - MAINSTREAM MEDIA EXTRACTS: II The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar offshore tax fraud bribery scandal has recently disclosed that Gerald Carroll’s Farnborough Aerospace Development Plc and Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc group structures were “centered around” HM Ministry of Defence high level officials and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary chairmen in this case of international importance. Sources have revealed that the sudden death of a HM Ministry of Defence retired Permanent Secretary who was Chairman of the Carroll Aircraft Corporation is fueling feverish speculation that his demise was actually cold blooded murder in a bungled attempt to cover-up the criminal liquidation of major operating divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation’s worldwide interests spanning an incredible sixteen years. Further sources have revealed that Gerald Carroll’s Farnborough Aerospace Aerospace Centre in Hampshire England was “targeted” by BAE Systems and HSBC International within the framework of a systematic break-up embezzlement operation which effectively was impulsed by the fraudulent incorporation of UK Companies House “parallel registered” Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc Strategic Research & Development Corporation Plc and Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc group structures. Scotland Yard “leaked” sources have disclosed that the Carroll Foundation Trust criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of fraudulently incorporated HSBC International offshore accounts Barclays International offshore accounts and Coutts & Co Gerald Carroll accounts which embezzled a staggering two hundred million dollars of the Carroll Foundation Trust’s huge treasury investment holdings. This source also said that the dossiers contain forensic specimen exhibits of the co-ordinated break-ins burglaries theft and criminal seizure offences that were “targeted” at Gerald Carroll’s multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse and Westminster residences following a complete refusal by the Metropolitan Police to provide assistance covering a bizarre six to eight years. International News Networks: I http://highcourt-judges.blogspot.com/ International News Networks: II http://news-carrolltrust.com International News Networks: II http://sra-fraud.blogspot.co.uk/
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SRA Handbook
 
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BOOK REVIEW SRA HANDBOOK October 2011 edition Solicitors Regulatory Authority ISBN: 978-1-907698-04-0 Law Society Publishing www.lawsociety.org.uk ALL NEW REGULATORY ASPECTS COVERED BY THE REVISED REGIME An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This new SRA Handbook is simply something you must have as a practising solicitor now the revised regime is in place. It's a guidance book but much more covering all aspects of what we currently do within the profession in one volume. Do read the introduction in detail as it covers the fundamental structure in the following sections: SRA Principles; SRA Code of Conduct; Accounts; Authorisation and Practising Requirements; Client Protection; Discipline and Costs Recovery; Specialist Services; and, finally, a most useful Glossary. The handbook ends on a positive note when it says that the regulatory objectives can only be achieved if we (the SRA) and our regulated community (us) work together in a spirit of mutual trust for the benefit of clients and the ultimate public interest. We feel all practitioners agree with these sentiments and we welcome this constructive new approach to regulation. Do read the two other recent Law Society Publishing books which compliment this work: 'Outcome- Focused Regulation' and the new edition of the 'Solicitors' Accounts Manual'.
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The Solicitor's Handbook 2017
 
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BOOK REVIEW THE SOLICITOR’S HANDBOOK 2017 By Andrew Hopper QC and Gregory Treverton-Jones QC ISBN: 978 1 78446 055 6 THE LAW SOCIETY www.lawsociety.org.uk NO SOLICITOR SHOULD BE WITHOUT THIS FORMIDABLE ANNUAL HANDBOOK – NOW A NEW EDITION FROM THE LAW SOCIETY An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As publishers of ‘The Solicitor’s Handbook 2017’, the Law Society refers to ‘the regulatory maze that governs the conduct of solicitors’, adding in effect that the said burden of regulation can be eased considerably by judicious use of – and reference to – this annual Handbook. As their profession is so heavily regulated, (within a constantly changing regulatory landscape), this new edition should be regarded by solicitors as virtually a compulsory purchase. Since the previous edition came out, a considerable number of regulatory changes have taken place. This new edition contains explanatory coverage of all of them, with accompanying commentary citing practical problems by way of illustration. The wealth of new material in this completely updated and very handy paperback volume includes – and this is only a partial list -- changes to the separate business rule, together with key changes to consumer credit regulation and the significance of these changes for firms. Additionally, there is commentary on the overhaul of the Accounts Rules and the likely move by the SRA from entity regulation to regulation of individuals. Also note the important new section on cyber fraud. A distinguishing and certainly reassuring characteristic of the book is its clarity. Yes, the efficient plain English, plain speaking approach permeates the Handbook, much to the relief, no doubt of the busy solicitor who has precious little time to untangle convoluted sentences. Whether you work for -- or run-- a small law firm, a large law firm, or an in-house practice, you can depend on this Handbook to help you navigate the ‘regulatory maze’ successfully, provided you read it carefully of course. It has been logically designed to help you ensure compliance by avoiding a host of potential pitfalls and any number of innocent mistakes. To this end, you might be especially interested, for example, in the sections on the regulation of ABSs (Alternative Business Structures) and on fraud and money laundering. Also useful are the twenty appendices and the extensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments and other enactments, plus a table of European legislation and other international materials. No solicitor should be without this Handbook. The law is stated as at 30 June 2016.
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Solicitors' Accounts Manual- 11th edition- Solicitors Regulation Authority
 
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ITS YOUR MONEY- SO WHATS YOUR SOLICITOR ALLOWED TO DO WITH IT? An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you are a solicitor, you no doubt have a copy already of the Solicitors Accounts Manual -100 pages of accountancy detail for lawyers! This however, is the 11th edition for 2009 and, as a summary of the professional requirements in relation to the handling of client money, it incorporates a number of changes, including all those made to the rules since publication of the tenth edition, up to31 March 2009. Of particular interest is Part A which sets out clearly the principles on which the rules are based followed by interpretation, generally, of individual terms within the accountancy rules. First of all, a solicitor must comply with the requirements of the Solicitors Code of Conduct 2007 also published by the Law Society. Specifically, pertaining to the Accounts Rules, a solicitor must, amongst other things, •Keep other peoples money separate from money belonging to the solicitor or the practice •Use each clients money for that clients matters only •Establish and maintain proper accounting systems •Account for interest on other peoples money in accordance with the rules •Deliver annual accounts reports as required by the rules •and so on, including admonitions about keeping other peoples money safely in a bank or building society account identifiable as a client account. Intriguingly, with reference to accountants, the Preface points out that the Legal Services Act 2007 (The Act) has introduced a mandatory whistleblowing duty for reporting accountants, reflected in an amended rule 38. Previously this rule provided for the right of reporting accounts to whistleblow, but imposed no duty to do so. So is there a duty to whistleblow? Note- its now all one word. Think, if you will, of the implications and ramifications of that in the interesting times we live in. Members of the public as well as other practitioners within the legal profession will also find themselves enlightened by some precise definitions under the heading Interpretation of certain vague terms: without delay means, for example, in normal circumstances, either on the day of receipt or on the next working day. So now you know. We now seek a precise definition of what in due course means. But we digress. Suffice to say, the Solicitors Accounts Rules now reflect the introduction of LDPs and firm-based regulation and applies to the following: sole practitioners, partnerships, companies, LLPs, practices with non-solicitor lawyers and managers and practices with up to 25% of managers who are not legally qualified. In addition, the rules are applicable to individual managers and employees of those practices and to in-house lawyers. The Preface explains much about your money and what the solicitor can do with it, and the Law Society does just that with this regularly updated work. ISBN: 978-1-85328-8-8-1 YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=8WO-5_TXzug SOLICITORS ACCOUNTS MANUAL 11th EDITION Solicitors Regulation Authority The Law Society ISBN: 978-1-85328-808-1 www.law.society.org.uk
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Ramadam, SRA & the snake
 
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Outcomes -  Focused Regulation
 
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BOOK REVIEW OUTCOMES -- FOCUSED REGULATION A Practical Guide Legal Handbooks By Andrew Hopper QC and Gregory Treverton-Jones QC ISBN: 978-1-907698-09-5 Law Society Publishing www.lawsociety.org.uk NOW IT'S THE LIGHTER APPROACH FOR SOLICITORS An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Light touch or heavy hand? When it comes to regulating the legal profession, most solicitors, not to mention barristers would prefer the former to the latter. This was certainly borne out by the Solicitors Code of conduct 2007 which was unsuccessful to say the least, being 'too long, too detailed, and too prescriptive,' in the words of the authors of this excellent book. The new Code of Conduct focuses more on the practical application of ethical principles and their consequences, with more weight being put on the judgment of individual solicitors, as well as the Solicitors Regulation Authority, to ensure that ethical standards of the profession are upheld. To that end, this latest book from Law Society Publishing on this sometimes controversial subject should help solicitors enhance their understanding of the new regulatory regime, which, as the title of the book suggests, is 'outcomes-focused.' In practical terms, 'outcomes-focused regulation' offers greater freedom, more collaboration and less confrontation with the regulator on the part of solicitors. It signals a move away from prescriptive rules in the direction of achieving the right outcomes for clients. Explaining OFR in detail, the book functions admirably as a guide to the practical aspects of -- and applications of -- this new and more flexible regulatory environment, including the approach to OFR taken by the Solicitors' Regulation Authority (SRA). In the words of the learned authors, both QCs, OFR is 'a brand new rule book' requiring solicitors to get used to principles and outcomes, as opposed to prescriptive sets of rules. We've no doubt most solicitors will thrive in this new relaxed and more enlightened professional environment in which the lighter touch will predominate. But they will still need the guidance that this book amply provides which, in my view makes it a must-have purchase for the up-to-date practitioner.
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Solicitors a new qualification process
 
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Claire Leslie Senior Careers Consultant for Warwick Law School. Transcript: "The Solicitors profession is subject to regulation to ensure that solicitors are able to provide a good service to the public and do not behave dishonestly. The overarching regulator for the Bar and Solicitors professions is the Legal Services Board and the regulator for solicitors is the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority. The Solicitors’ Regulation Authority has announced proposals to replace the Qualifying Law Degree as the first stage of professional qualification with two requirements (i) an Honours degree in any subject; and (ii) successful completion of the Solicitors’ Qualifying Examination (SQE), stage 1. If these proposals are approved, the SQE stage 1 will be introduced at a date to be determined, which is likely to be either September 2019 or September 2020. The concept of a qualifying law degree will disappear if these proposals are taken forward and law students will need to sit and pas SQE stage 1 just as will those without a law degree. The subjects to be covered in SQE part 1 are as follows: • Principles of professional Conduct, Public and Administrative law and the Legal Systems of England and Wales • Dispute Resolution in Contract and Tort • Property law and practice • Commercial and Corporate Law and practice • Wills and the Administration of Estates and Trusts • Criminal Law and Practice • Legal Research and Writing" Law Blog: https://lawblog.warwick.ac.uk/ Legal Careers Advice: https://www.youtube.com/user/careersandskills/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=37 Filmed & edited by Susan Vollmer
Cash deposits vanish in house buying scam
 
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Dozens of homebuyers are being conned out of thousands of pounds every year by fraudsters who steal online payments meant to go via solicitors. The Solicitors Regulation Authority - the regulatory body in England and Wales - told the Victoria Derbyshire programme that they get at least one case of this nature reported to them every week. The City of London police say that between the 1st January 2013 to the 31st October 2015 - the average loss for reported incidents was £112,310. Victoria Derbyshire programme Presenter Joanna Gosling spoke to Steve Proffitt, Deputy Head of Action Fraud, Paul Philip, the chief executive of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and solicitor Peter Rodd.
The Solicitor's Handbook 2011
 
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BOOK REVIEW THE SOLICITOR'S HANDBOOK 2011 Legal Handbook Series General Editor: Andrew Hopper QC and Gregory Treverton-Jones QC ISBN: 978-1-85328-988-0 Law Society Publishing www.lawsociety.org.uk THE SINGLE CONVENIENT SOURCE OF INFORMATION FOR SOLICITORS An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Andrew Hopper and Gregory Treverton-Jones have undertaken a significant review of the changes to the regulation of solicitors currently underway with the 2011 edition of "The Solicitor's Handbook". With the advent of what is termed "outcomes-focused regulation" and "alternative business structures" it has never been a more important time to stay abreast of the rules and regulations governing solicitors... and the phrases we use! The handbook has been comprehensively updated to take account of all the recent developments and will provide an excellent summary of the changes. It's an authoritative guide which continues to give expert commentary on the practical reality of the regulatory and disciplinary environment in which solicitors operate, and it discusses all of the relevant decided cases in the field as well. This thoroughly updated 2011 edition offers the following changes at a glance: * a revised chapter on the Legal Complaints Service to take account of the establishment of the Legal Ombudsman on 6 October 2010; * consideration of the SRA's new powers to issue a £2,000 fine, or a written rebuke, to a solicitor and publicise its decision; * an overview of how the regulatory regime for alternative business structures may operate in practice; * a discussion of the SRA's proposed new outcomes-focused regulation; * a commentary on the new draft Code of Conduct due to be implemented in October 2011; and * coverage of the Solicitors' Indemnity Insurance Rules 2010. Yes, the handbook remains an invaluable resource which can assist practitioners in maintaining our high professional standards and enabling us to identify and deal with regulatory and disciplinary issues before they develop into loss for clients and others, damage to reputation, and regulatory interest. All these titles in the 'Legal Handbook' series from Law Society Publishing continue to produce a library collection of expert, specialist books and the works greatly assist our understanding of how our processes should work at what ever level of practitioner expertise. And that is just what we have here. This particular handbook is more needed than ever as it draws together all of the most important rules and regulations that affect solicitors in one volume, now expanded with 19 chapters and 22 appendices. The chapters remain conveniently split into four areas: the overview; the rules; fraud and money laundering; and the regulatory and disciplinary system in practice. The heavy detail is found in the appendices, although it's fair to say that the book still needs to be used a bit first so you get used to finding where things are. So, this authoritative 900 page work from Law Society Publishing covers all the most important rules and regulations we need to know. It's written with the practitioner's perspective always in mind, and it provides that expert commentary on the practical reality of the regulatory and disciplinary environment in which we operate. It discusses all of the relevant judicial decisions in the field and it's now also of significant use to barristers who conduct newly expanded public access work. Hopper and Treverton-Jones have excelled with their task to establish this handbook today as the single convenient source of information for solicitors and it's a "must" for the office library.
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SRA Handbook October 2013 edition
 
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BOOK REVIEW SRA HANDBOOK Solicitors Regulation Authority October 2013 Edition The Law Society 978 1 907698 03 3 www.lawsociety.org.uk THE MOST UP-TO-DATE GUIDE TO THE RULES GOVERNING THE CONDUCT OF SOLICITORS --NOW IN THE LATEST EDITION An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're a solicitor practising in England and Wales, you'll need to update yourself on any recent revisions, or additions to the rules governing the conduct, responsibilities and obligations of practising solicitors: in which case, you'll be glad to know that the latest edition from the Law Society of the SRA Handbook is out now. This new October 2013 edition contains a number of revisions you do need to know about. A recent development for example, is the fact that regulated individuals will no longer be obliged to refer clients needing investment advice to an independent financial adviser. In other developments, the Code of Conduct now imposes a prohibition on practitioners receiving or paying 'prohibited referral fees'. Also, the SRA Overseas Rules 2013 governing overseas practice have been introduced -- and the SRA Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates has now come into effect from 3 September 2013. As the introduction to this volume makes clear, the focus for any regulatory scheme is the interests of the general public and specifically in this case, users of legal services. The standards and requirements expected of solicitors are therefore set out in this Handbook for the benefit of the public generally and for clients in particular, whether services are provided in -house or through private practice. The Handbook's general approach therefore, has two elements: firm-based requirements and individual requirements. The assurance is given that regulatory powers are exercised in a proportionate manner, with the emphasis on risk and outcomes for clients. An especially noteworthy resource contained in this logically structured Handbook (which comes in handy paperback format) is its impressive sixty page glossary at the back with its detailed approach to the definition of terms, from, for example, 'accreditation', to, (intriguingly), the multiple meanings, connotations and definitions of the word 'you'. Once again, Law Society Publishing has produced a work of reference for solicitors which can undoubtedly be called essential and therefore an essential purchase for the professional practitioner's library, especially when you recall that the updated Code and the Accounts Rules are all in one place. Also handy and particularly time saving are the regular updates to the Handbook available online. Thank you very much for keeping us up-to-date with the regular practice changes!
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The Solicitor's Handbook 2012
 
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BOOK REVIEW THE SOLICITOR'S HANDBOOK 2012 By Andrew Hopper QC and Gregory Treverton-Jones QC Law Society Publishing ISBN: 978 1 90769 829 3 www.lawsociety.org.uk A VITAL PURCHASE FOR ALL SOLICITORS: THIS LATEST EDITION FROM THE LAW SOCIETY An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you find yourself somewhat bemused by the 'regulatory maze that governs the conduct of solicitors' -- as the Law Society quite rightly calls it, then acquiring 'The Solicitors Handbook 2012' from Law Society Publishing should really be your first priority, especially in view of all the changes taking place. 'We have had to grapple with an entirely new Code of Conduct,' say the authors, (and) 'a new suite of Rules forming the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) Handbook and a wholly new way of delivering legal services through alternative business structures (ABSs).' This new edition for 2012 has therefore been 'entirely re-cast'. As Hopper and Treverton-Jones also point out, it separates regulation from discipline and adds a new section on ABSs. The authors, however, urge solicitors not to throw away their old editions of the Solicitor's Handbook, because, with the numerous changes that have taken place in recent years, they still need to know what rule was in place when. This 2012 edition of the Handbook is nonetheless a must-have purchase which takes into account all the important changes including, for example, the matter of outcomes-focused regulation... the advent of alternative business structures... and the new powers of the SRA and the Solicitors Disciplinary tribunal. There's a full review of the new Code and the SRA Handbook and an examination of obligation of all firms to appoint a compliance officer for legal practice (COLP) and a compliance officer for finance and administration (COFA). As you would expect, the commentary is authoritative, expert and refreshingly reader-friendly. There are practical suggestions as to the best way to achieve compliance within the new regulatory and disciplinary landscape. The seven new chapters in this edition include chapters on the principles and Code of Conduct, the regulation of ABSs and more besides. Besides the 18 appendices, there are extensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments. There's also a table of European legislation and other materials and a table of other enactments. All this, and the substantial range of detail covered, makes this handbook an invaluable resource for every solicitor. The law is stated as at 31 October 2011.
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Solicitors and the Accounts Rules
 
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BOOK REVIEW SOLICITORS AND THE ACCOUNTS RULES: A Compliance Handbook 3rd Edition by Peter Camp Law Society Publishing ISBN: 978 1 907698 12 5 www.lawsociety.org.uk WANT TO KNOW HOW THE SRA ACCOUNTS RULES WORK IN PRACTICE? READ THIS INDISPENSABLE GUIDE FROM THE LAW SOCIETY An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This new third edition of 'Solicitors and the Accounts Rules' covers in detail the key changes pertaining to the requirements of the SRA Accounts Rules, together with Peter Camp's expert and clearly written commentary. Naturally, the book reflects the fact that the current rules -- the SRA Accounts Rules (SAR) 2011 -- became mandatory as of October 2011. The stringent regulatory environment for solicitors (that has evolved since the post-War period) stems of course, from the traditional practice of solicitors holding large sums of money on behalf of clients -- hence the need to separate the client's money from the money belonging to the law practice. The first chapter of the book, in common with previous editions, offers a very handy overview of the 2011 Rules for those who are unfamiliar with them, plus, later on, a new section on multidisciplinary practices. There are also supporting notes on tax and overseas practices. The full text of the 2011 rules is contained in the three appendices, as well as extracts from the SRA Code of Conduct 2011 and the Law Society's Practice Note on VAT on disbursements. In particular, your attention is drawn to common breaches of the Rules and the ways in which these can be avoided, together with any number of practical examples. If you're in any way involved with the running of a law firm, this guide, with its wealth of information and expertise, will help you make sure you comply. As you would expect, there are extensive tables of cases, statutes, and statutory instruments, plus a list of abbreviations, a table of Law Society rules and codes and a time-saving index at the back. And, it is especially time saving for a busy law practice with its wide range of information. The law is stated as at December 2011.
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Solicitors' Code of Conduct 2007 June 2009 edition
 
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SERIOUS REQUIRED READING IF YOURE A SOLICITOR AND A GUIDE TO YOUR RIGHTS IF YOU ARENT An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you are a solicitor, the Solicitors Code of Conduct 2007 should be a permanently to hand on your nearest book shelf particularly in view of the volume of regulation now faced by solicitors and the de-regulation of CFAs. This, the 2009 edition is published almost 2 years after the 2007 edition. It reflects the accelerating pace of change in the legal services sector in the Age of Regulation. Core duties and rules and guidance, written in plain English, are logically laid out and of the highest standards we expect of the Law Societys excellent publications. In addition to the guidance notes in the Code, the Solicitors Regulation Authority publishes free standing guidance from time to time, alerting you to new issues of public interest. The www.sra.org.uk site lists details. Even if youre not a solicitor, youll find it useful to be aware of the standards of service and conduct you should expect from any solicitor you instruct. The sections on core duties (set out in Rule 1) and client relations are certainly pertinent. Note section 2.03 Information about the cost, for example: You must give your client the best information possible about the likely overall cost of a matter both at the outset and, when appropriate, as the matter progresses. And so forth. So there! Key changes in this edition reflect the Legal Services Act 2007 regarding firm based regulation and legal disciplinary practices. These apply to all managers and employees in firms. Rules that have been extensively amended include the following which are the linchpin of a modern practice: •Rule 12 Framework of practice •Rule 14 Recognised bodies (formerly incorporated practice) •Rule 29 Requirements of practice •Rule 23 Application of these rules Other important changes have been made to: Rule 5 (business management in England and Wales) and Rule 7 (publicity). As Peter Williamson of the Solicitors Regulation Authority points out, Professional ethics form the very bedrock of the delivery of legal services, adding that the core duties set out in rule 1 of the Code define the values to be displayed in everything lawyers and their colleagues do. Integrity and independence together with fairness and the values of equality and diversity must remain constants, whatever the structures in which we work. It is heartening to know that the SRA is highly principled and upholds such high standards for the protection of the public. It is to be expected that all solicitors in England and Wales will be aware of the content of this Code and will at all times endeavour to comply with it- thats why it is serious required reading for all on modern conduct in the Age of Regulation. ISBN: 978-1-85328-813-5 YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=770Zmd19LMw SOLICITORS CODE OF CONDUCT June 2009 Edition Including SRA Recognised Bodies Regulations 2009 Solicitors Regulation Authority The Law Society ISBN: 978-1-85328-813-5 www.lawsociety.org.uk
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Solicitors' Accounts Manual 13th edition
 
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BOOK REVIEW SOLICITORS’ ACCOUNTS MANUAL 13th edition Solicitors Regulatory Authority THE LAW SOCIETY Edited by Angela Doran ISBN: 978 1 78446 015 0 www.lawsociety.org.uk THIS MANUAL REMAINS AN ESSENTIAL PURCHASE FOR EVERY PRACTICE AND IS COMPLETELY UP TO DATE AS AT 1 APRIL 2015 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This important formal book, the “Solicitors’ Accounts Manual” remains the foremost statement from the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) on solicitors’ accounting and is an absolute requirement for every firms’ library. The Manual is now in its 13th edition for 2015 following the 12th edition which appeared in 2011 and has been completely revised. It contains a current summary of the professional requirements in relation to the handling of client money which is probably one of the most crucial areas of operational activity. Practitioners will find the contents completely up-to-date as at 1st April 2015. It is a new edition which includes completely revised and detailed Appendices, the new SRA Warning Notice on the improper use of client accounts, recent SRA guidance on withdrawing residual client balances and case studies on the role of the COFA, as well as all the key changes up to and including Version 14 of the SRA Handbook. There are, of course, many other areas covered which make up the Rules and they reflect the recent changes which have taken place within the legal profession These Law Society publications, including the Manuals, remain an absolutely fundamental part of your firm’s law library. They are the formal statements for the profession and apart from their affordability and ease of use for all lawyers they give the weight one needs professionally to do our jobs, not just properly, but very well indeed. Angela Doran and the staff at the Law Society are to be congratulated for the assistance given by editing all the new material for this edition. It is a tough job covering areas which are not as easy to understand as some may think so the Manual remains a fundamental and essential purchase. To the outsider many of these rules remain ridiculously complex and very difficult to understand but they have to be followed so we are very grateful for what has been produced here by the governing body as an authoritative statement. Practitioners are made aware that one area which will be of assistance is knowledge that these Rules now apply in a modified form to registered European lawyers practising from an office in England and Wales “of an exempt European practice in circumstances in which client money is held or received”. And perhaps another example of how much the global community is impacting on our activities in this country! Full details of all the changes are well set out in the new edition. The Preface and publication date is given as June 2015.
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Greenland Lawyers LLP Specialist in Immigration/ Criminal/Family Law
 
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Greenland Lawyers LLP came into existence in December 2005. Its predecessor practice was established in March 1999. We have existed in the same premises since 1999. We are a member of the Law Society of England & Wales and are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. This firm has vast experience in the field of criminal law, family law, civil litigation and immigration law. We have a substantial client following, and we have established ourselves as a reputable and reliable provider of legal services in London. ADDRESS: 152 Camden High St, London NW1 0NE Emergency Telephone HENRY: 07752 438 687 PEDRO: 07958 519 108 OFFICE: 07949 844 960 "THE SYLBOURNE SHOW" is a thought-provoking, motivational based talk show where highly-successful individuals are asked challenging and insightful questions on their road to success in their areas of expertise. The aim is to inspire, motivate, educate and to entertain our viewers - When will YOU have the success you have always dreamed of? When will YOU fulfil your lifelong dreams? When will YOU build up the courage to not only help yourself, but to nurture and grow others? Join in with the discussion and comments below. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE & SHARE! Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sylbournetv Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sylbournetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/sylbournetv/ Website www.sylbourne.com Email us at [email protected]
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VIDEO: Crown Court Representation By Simon Morton, Morton's Solicitors
 
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Specialist Crown Court Representation & Advocacy at Criminal Courts throughout Greater Manchester, Cheshire and across the North West of England. Mortons Solicitors are expert Criminal Defence & Motoring Solicitors based in Stockport, Greater Manchester. Video presentation in respect of defending most serious cases before Crown Courts. Specialists in defending - Serious Crime including murder, rape & sexual offences, indecent images, robbery, conspiracy - Serious/Complex Frauds - Proceeds of Crime (POCA) - Legal aid specialists Including Crown Courts at Manchester Minshull Street, Manchester Crown Square, Bolton, Chester, Liverpool, Preston and Burnley. Presented by Simon E. Morton, Managing Director of Mortons Solicitors. Call today on 0161 477 1121 (24 hours) or email our team on [email protected] http://www.mortons-solicitors.co.uk Registered Address: Mortons Solicitors, 22 Middle Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire, SK1 3AY Registered in England & Wales. Company No. 5012667. Authorised & Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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AM Law Solicitors - Promo
 
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http://www.amlawsolicitors.co.uk/ Welcome to am.law am.law solicitors is a dynamic and progressive law firm based in the east midlands providing the highest standard of legal services to private client's. We place a huge emphasis on delivering client satisfaction through excellent client care standards. We offer a personal service building rapports with our client's to understand their needs and ensure that their satisfaction is of our paramount importance. We achieve what our client's want through dedicated and smart lawyers who provide innovative and practical solutions for a successful outcome. Situated away from the city centre, without the restraints of parking and time, the firm is able to provide easy access to quality legal advice and assistance whilst also disposing of language barriers. We pride ourselves in the fact that many of our client's return to us or are referred by previous clients of our firm, and that recommendation remains our largest source of clientele. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- am.law solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) of England & Wales and is bound by the rules found in the Solicitors' Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be viewed here.
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Final words & Resources (Routes into Law)
 
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Routes into law playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC5ZVOnetS_xEpF5srhNoG7QtjsFEVtOm - Warwick Law Careers Blog: https://lawblog.warwick.ac.uk/ - SQE update (Blog post): https://lawblog.warwick.ac.uk/2017/09/18/sqe-update-whats-new/ - Solicitors (Warwick Law blog posts) https://lawblog.warwick.ac.uk/category/solicitors/ - SRA regulations: https://www.sra.org.uk/home/home.page - The Law Society: http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/ - The Bar Council: http://www.barcouncil.org.uk/ - Bar Standards Board: https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk/ - Council for Licensed Conveyancers: http://www.conveyancer.org.uk/ - Chartered Institute of Legal Executives: http://www.cilex.org.uk/ Written & presented by Claire Leslie (Senior Careers Consultant) Filmed & edited by Susan Vollmer
COFAs Toolkit
 
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BOOK REVIEW COFAs TOOLKIT Law Society's Risk and Compliance Service By Jeremy Black and Florence Perret du Cray Law Society Publishing ISBN: 978 1 907 698 47 7 www.lawsociety.org.uk BECAUSE EVERY LAW FIRM MUST SHORTLY HAVE A COMPLIANCE OFFICER FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION (COFA)....YOU NEED THIS NEW TOOLKIT FROM THE LAW SOCIETY, WITH ACCOMPANYING CD-ROM An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Yes, the time is fast approaching. From January 2013, not only must every law firm have an authorised compliance officer for legal practice (COLP), but additionally, a compliance officer for finance and administration (COFA). If you're a practitioner, particularly in a firm, you will certainly have compelling reasons to acquire this extremely useful book, one of the Law Society's highly regarded and eminently practical 'toolkits' (part of the Law Society's risk and compliance service). Each of these helpful 'toolkits', is designed to help practitioners cope with the new regulatory environment introduced under the OFR (outcomes-focused regulation) implemented by the SRA, which insists that all law firms large or small must assign top priority to risk management in line with the demands of the Legal Services Act 2007. Produced in handy paperback format with accompanying CD, each 'toolkit' contains clear and practical advice that has emerged following this legislation. As all firms will be directly affected, (or possibly indirectly) you might decide to acquire all three toolkits, namely the 'Anti-Bribery Toolkit'... 'the COFAs Toolkit'... and the 'COLPs Toolkit' -- all in handy, paperback format. For purposes of this review, we are focusing here on 'COFAs Toolkit'. Whether you are appointed as the firm's COFA, or perhaps the partner in charge of overseeing COFA compliance activities in line with general risk management procedures, you'll find this COFAs Toolkit' invaluable in helping you implement and supervise systems for complying with the SRA's (Solicitors Regulation Authority) Accounts Rules. Note that, in being charged with this responsibility, the COFA is regarded as having a more focused role than a COLP and is expected to record all compliance failures and report them back to the SRA as soon as practicable. This toolkit is therefore designed to provide the practical and clearly structured advice and assistance needed for the COFA role. As the expert authors point out, (both are from Deloittes with specialist law-based experience) the book highlights the main regulatory requirements relevant to COFAs. It elaborates on their responsibilities, including reporting requirements, and offers the relevant guidance as well as the relevant range of practical tools, i.e. documents and forms. Further guidance, together with template documents, can be easily accessed from the CD-ROM and adapted to specific requirements. Like its companion volumes, this book -- now available from The Law Society -- is distinguished for its clarity ready adaptability to the needs of busy practitioners. The publication date is stated as at April 2012.
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The Law Society -  COLP Toolkit  2nd edition
 
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BOOK REVIEW COLPs TOOLKIT 2nd edition Includes CD By Michelle Garlick ISBN: 978 1 78446 045 7 THE LAW SOCIETY Law Society’s Risk and Compliance Service www.lawsociety.org.uk ANOTHER EXCELLENT LAW SOCIETY TOOLKIT IN THE RISK & COMPLIANCE SERIES An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Michelle Garlick and Law Society Publications continue to provide us with excellent administrative support in the increasingly complex regulatory area that lawyers face today - we do rely on the advice given to make our professional lives so much easier. This need has arisen because of the introduction of this ‘system’ or regime of compliance officers for legal practice (COLPs) scheme. The Solicitors Regulatory Authority has, at last, simplified some of the procedures for the approval, declaration and notification of changes to the role of a COLP and we have been given a first-class piece of guidance here with this new toolkit updated for a second edition. Law Society publications are by far the best on the market for these professional guides for law firms and every lawyer should know of their existence and have a copy in their own law library for reference. These changes to the COLP regime, as well as additional new templates, are included in this updated second edition. It’s an invaluable resource for both new and existing COLPs. Like others in the series, this essential toolkit contains draft policies, procedural checklists and other instruments to assist practitioners in demonstrating due diligence and remaining fully compliant with the SRA Handbook. An absolute must for the practising solicitor in today’s regulatory frenzy which we hope will die down a bit now the Brexiteers have got what they wanted! This fully updated edition also has a new chapter entitled 'Additional COLP tools', which we found extremely helpful as well. Pearl Moses, who is Head of Risk and Compliance at the Law Society, writes in the Foreword that “our hope is that these toolkits rapidly become ‘must-have’ elements in every practitioner’s compliance armoury” and she recommends them “without reservation” as we do. There are also several new and revised templates, including the following list set out on the back cover: a revised risk register; a COLP nomination form; a checklist for new COLPs; a routine compliance activities checklist; a key staff monthly feedback report; a checklist of action in a suspected breach; data protection and loss policies; and audit and file review forms. As with all Law Society publications, this new edition will be of great help to all those members of staff responsible for a firm's regulatory compliance in order that they can ensure that the correct processes are in place. As the author, Michelle Garlick, says, “every firm is different and one size does not fit all, but it is hoped that the toolkit will help you and your firm”, and it does just that! Garlick, is a partner at Weightmans where she heads a team advising law firms on regulatory compliance, claims, complaints handling, disciplinary representation and risk management issues. She comes to her task with relish and, as to be expected, a wonderful expertise which cannot be matched elsewhere so we are all in good hands with the advice we receive here. As Michelle says “Good luck in your new role!” The publication is based on the law and SRA regulatory requirements as at May 2016.
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Solicitors Journal continuing competence survey 2016
 
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Mark Solon and Anna Shaw from Wilmington Legal discuss the findings of the Solicitors Journal continuing competence survey. The survey was conducted in September 2016, shortly before the 1 November deadline for all solicitors practising in England and Wales to move to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's new regime.
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SRA Event;Law Society.
 
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NBM Conveyancing Solicitors - About the firm
 
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About NBM Solicitors Nigel Broadhead & Co was established in January 1985 by founder Nigel Broadhead. A few years later Nigel was joined by Stephen Mynard and the company became Nigel Broadhead Mynard & Co. Now it is better known by its trading name of NBM Solicitors. The initial aim of NBM was to provide the lowest possible price for Conveyancing services to our clients without sacrificing the personal touch. This is still the aim of the company today as the loyal client base who understand our mission increases daily. NBM is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Registered Number 00061052) to operate in England and Wales. You can access the rules at their website. NBM Solicitors is a member of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. Here is why we don't think you will find a better legal service for conveyancing in England or Wales:- We price ourselves competitively. We won't be bettered on price and to prove it we will beat any genuine comparable quote that you get from another solicitor. Please call if you get a cheaper conveyancing quotation. We have over 28 years experience of conveyancing. What this means is that we have the necessary expertise to offer you the best advice in all situations. We use technology to bring information to you as quickly as possible. You will be provided with an e-mail address for your conveyancer as well as telephone support. Most of our conveyancers work in teams. This means that you are more likely to find someone free to help you when you need it and not a week later. We specialise in conveyancing. This means that your NBM conveyancer works solely in this area and is an expert in this field. We complete transactions in the shortest time possible whilst maintaining high levels of professionalism and customer service standards. We sell our services directly to you, the public. We are 100% independent of introducing sources such as Estate Agents. This means we work for you alone and protect your interests only. We deal with approximately 4,000 conveyancing cases every year, so you can be confident that you will be in the hands of a substantial and respected organisation.
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The Solicitor Code of Conduct
 
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Solicitors are regulated by a strict code of conduct so you can be sure you're receiving good service from an expert you can rely on. Do you need legal advice? Visit www.lawsociety.org.uk/here-to-help for more information or to search for a solicitor near you using our database of over 150,000 legal professionals.
GRM 2-1 SRA - All goals and highlights 08/06/2018 HD
 
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GRM 2-1 SRA | All | Goals | Highlights | 08 | 06 | 2018
 
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GRM 2-1 SRA | All | Goals | Highlights | 08 | 06 | 2018
taking stock
 
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On 6th October The SRA's new Handbook is implemented. This is also the date when Outcomes Focused Regulation takes effect for the Legal Profession in England & Wales. This will herald a completely new approach to licensing and regulation. Is your firm ready for the changes? Watch this video to find out about a FREE webinar on 8th September that will help you preprare your firm for the changes.
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Sra boys
 
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SRA Solicitors Regulation Authority Multi-Billion Dollar "Conspiracy to Murder" Identity Theft Case
 
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MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS: I The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar offshore tax fraud bribery scandal which is encircling 10 Downing Street and the Conservative Party has revealed that the Channel Islands tax havens of Guernsey and Jersey have been named in this case of international importance. Sources have confirmed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard cross-border criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain a forensic evidential paper trail which surrounds the British Ships Register Guernsey concealment of the Carroll Marine Global Corporation’s multi-million dollar fixed assets register which effectively impulsed the systematic criminal seizure of Gerald Carroll’s civilian and military-industrial investment holdings on a worldwide basis. Further sources have disclosed that the dossiers contain three Revenue & Customs thorough criminal investigation reports into the much wider systematic break-up and liquidation of major operating divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation industrial empire which has prompted well seasoned Washington DC financial observers to remark that the Gerald Carroll debacle has highlighted the serious level of corruption within the UK Government’s inter-agencies who are charged with prosecuting white collar criminal bankers accountants and lawyers. MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS: II The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar offshore tax fraud bribery scandal has disclosed that Gerald Carroll’s Farnborough Aerospace Development Plc and Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc group structures were “centered around” HM Ministry of Defence high level officials and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary chairmen in this case of international importance. Sources have revealed that the sudden death of a HM Ministry of Defence retired Permanent Secretary who was Chairman of the Carroll Aircraft Corporation is fueling feverish speculation that his demise was actually cold blooded murder in a bungled attempt to cover-up the criminal liquidation of major operating divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation’s worldwide interests spanning an incredible sixteen years. Further sources have revealed that Gerald Carroll’s Farnborough Aerospace Aerospace Centre in Hampshire England was “targeted” by BAE Systems and HSBC International within the framework of a systematic break-up embezzlement operation which effectively was impulsed by the fraudulent incorporation of UK Companies House “parallel registered” Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc Strategic Research & Development Corporation Plc and Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc group structures. Scotland Yard “leaked” sources have disclosed that the Carroll Foundation Trust criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of fraudulently incorporated HSBC International offshore accounts Barclays International offshore accounts and Coutts & Co Gerald Carroll accounts which embezzled a staggering two hundred million dollars of the Carroll Foundation Trust’s huge treasury investment holdings. This source also said that the dossiers contain forensic specimen exhibits of the co-ordinated break-ins burglaries theft and criminal seizure offences which were “targeted” at Gerald Carroll’s multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse and Westminster residences in central London following a complete refusal by the Metropolitan Police to provide assistance covering a bizarre six to eight years. The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London under the supervision of the commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe who has an intimate knowledge of this case which stretches the globe. International News Networks: http://news-media-feed.com
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Regulating to Foster Innovation | Beyond Our Borders
 
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Crispin Passmore, Executive Director, Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) London, England Moderator: James Speta, Professor of Law, Associate Dean for International Initiatives, and Director of Executive LLM Programs
UK immigration Lawyer - Human Rights Solicitors -Best Immigration Lawyer
 
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Get FREE IMMIGRATION ADVICE _ Free Initial Consultation Weblog : www.crossborderlegal.co.uk facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FreeUkImmigrationAdviceBySolicitor/ Skype: tito mbariti Are you looking for Immigration advice? Not sure what your immigration options are? Are you about to make a visa application? Have you has your UK visa refused? About to invite you spouse on spouse visa? Thinking your have a Human Rights case? Immigration Lawyers UK | Best Immigration Lawyers In UK | Human Rights Solicitors I am a UK Immingration Lawyer, a fully qualified and regulated Human Rights Solicitor based in England On offer FREE IMMIGRATION ADVICE by a fully qualified UK Immigration and Human Rights Solicitor Who Understands You. NO OBILIGATION to instruct me thereafter but those choose to will benefit from me detailing with your case personally, updating and guiding you at every stage of the process. My fees are very reasonable fees; fixed fee and mostly payable in flexible instalments. Although my office is based in England, my clientele spread from all parts of the globe (Literary!! -- see testimonials on weblog), and I am usually contactable online via: Skype, Facetime, Yahoo messager and Viber.
Supermarkets and law firms
 
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Banks and supermarkets are to be able to sell consumer legal services in England and Wales for the first time following a change in law. The government says the new Legal Services Act will offer more choice and better value for the public. It says it also means law firms will benefit from investment and allow them to explore new markets. But critics have said it would undermine the quality and independence of advice. The government says the change would encourage economic growth in the industry and raise the profile of the UK as a first-class legal services market. Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly said it was a "landmark day" for the legal industry. "Our legal services are already rated among the best in the world, used by millions of people around the globe as well as in the UK, and these changes will set them up to move to new heights. They will enable firms to set up multi-disciplinary practices and provide opportunities for growth," he said. "Potential customers will find legal services become more accessible, more efficient and more competitive." Legislation and regulation has restricted the management, ownership and financing of firms providing legal services for hundreds of years. Under new trading bodies, known as Alternative Business Structures (ABS), lawyers will be able to work in mixed-practices offering financial, legal and other advice, or be based at different kinds of businesses. The first of the new legal businesses will be conveyancer-led, covering services such as property law and probate. Solicitors will not be able to participate in the new arrangements until licensing by the Solicitors Regulation Authority takes place. Currently, solicitors chambers are owned by the lawyers themselves under partnerships. The changes could also see barristers, who are currently self-employed, eventually form partnerships themselves, or take on individual roles within the new legal businesses, the Bar Standards Board says. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers will license the first tranch of externally-owned and managed law firms. Its chief executive, Victor Olowe, said: "We have over 20 years' experience in regulating the licensed conveyancing profession and we will be extending the same rigorous but proportionate approach to the regulation of ABS. "We believe that ABS is good news for consumers. Opening up the market will offer people a greater choice of legal service provider, while at the same time our new risk-based and outcomes-focussed approach to regulation will help ensure high standards of service, and will maximise consumer protection." Critics have dubbed the act, first drafted under the previous Labour government, "Tesco Law". The move came under attack from some lawyers, including a coalition of about 100 firms, when it was first announced in 2009. The QualitySolicitors.Com grouping said it could wipe out good quality, local legal advice. Meanwhile, Clive Sutton, of the Solicitors Sole Practitioners Group, urged the government to reconsider the "untried and untested innovation" which he said had only previously been adopted by two states in Australia. He said: "The government seem unconcerned that the introduction of Alternative Business Structures puts at risk the independence of legal advice, via the profit interests of commercial owners." Despite the title Tesco Law, the supermarket has said it has "no current plans to offer legal services". But the Co-operative was among the first stores to say it was interested in offering a legal business. Similar legislation was passed in Scotland in October 2010 when MSPs at Holyrood backed its Legal Services Bill.
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SRA Footballers Episode 1 Freekicks Part2
 
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Rui/Sam/Aidan and Finn 17/10/17. SnoringBoyz Production
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Solicitors in King's Lynn  -  King's Lynn Solicitors 0800 689 9125
 
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About Jef Mcallister
 
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Jef Mcallister has a law license in New York and Connecticut. He is also registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales.
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Complaints Against Solicitors UK: Follow These Steps (2013)
 
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This short video explains how to complain about a solicitor in the United Kingdom. For the simple step by step process, click the show more link below and follow the instructions. Do you wish to complain about a UK solicitor who is currently representing you or has done in the past? Despite the skills and qualifications necessary to work in the UK legal sector, not every solicitor, either intentionally or unintentionally, acts in the best interest of their clients. You may have instructed a solicitor to manage the conveyancing on a recent house purchase. Perhaps they handled your divorce or filed a claim for compensation against your employer or an insurance company following a road traffic accident. Regardless of the type of service provided by your solicitor, if something did go wrong, got delayed, was misplaced, overlooked or worst still ignored, you may be entitled to compensation if it can be proved that you suffered finance loss as a result. As I mentioned in the video, this is a growing problem in the United Kingdom and more and more individuals are now coming forward and filing compensation claims against solicitors. Such is the increasing number of cases in this area, several companies have now launched specialist units for handling complaints against solicitors in the UK. As always, The UK Legal Hub have stayed one step ahead and have recently conducted an in-depth review of more than 50 companies operating in this space. See below for the headline results. The full report is available on the blog. ************************************ Our top 3 'complaints against solicitors' providers, operating in the United Kingdom. Number 1: Lamb & Co (http://www.lamblaw.co.uk/) Number 2: Hayward Baker (http://www.hayward-baker.com/) and for Scottish claims: Number 3: Fraizer Coogans (http://www.frazercoogans.co.uk/) ************************************ If you want more advice on how to make a complaint about a solicitor in England, we strongly encourage you to contact either Lamb & Co or Hayward Baker, and Fraizer Coogans if you live in Scotland. These 3 companies scored our highest overall ratings for speed of service, level of expertise and likelihood of receiving compensation from your solicitor. Of course, as always you are free to head off and do your own research, find a bona fide company that will process a claim against your solicitor and keep your fingers crossed that everything runs smoothly. There are just under 75 UK-based companies providing services such as these. By contacting one of the 3 companies listed above, you will have a strong chance of receiving the appropriate compensation, on the basis that you have a viable claim. Sadly however, the vast majority of the 'complaint against solicitor specialist' firms have simply jumped on the band wagon in our opinion, and will NOT deliver the service or result you are expecting. We'll let you decide how you wish to proceed. For those of you who posted a comment on the blog and requested the information, I have once again added the contact detail for Lamb & Co, Hayward Baker and Fraizer Coogans. And if you haven't already visited The UK Legal Hub, please do pay us a visit sometime as I'm sure we can be of value to you. ************************************ Our top 3 'complaints against solicitors' providers, operating in the United Kingdom. Number 1: Lamb & Co: 0800 085 1755 Number 2: Hayward Baker: 01329 227982 and for Scottish claims: Number 3: Fraizer Coogans: 01292 280499 ************************************ That's it for now. See you on the next video. Chloe Mattison Research and Investigations The UK Legal Hub London, United Kingdom Incoming search terms: how to complain about a solicitor compliants against solicitors complaining about a solicitor complain about a solicitor complaint against solicitor complain about solicitor complaining about solicitors how to complain about solicitors how to make a complaint about a solicitor complaint against a solicitor how do i complain about a solicitor complaints against solicitors uk who to complain to about a solicitor claims against solicitors complaints against a solicitor complaints against lawyers how do you complain about a solicitor
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