Regulation & Government

SRA consults on new health and wellbeing rules

The proposals will reportedly seek to clarify the SRA’s approach to situations where a solicitor’s health issues affect their ability to practise

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is consulting on proposed changes to rules that would reinforce its powers to deal with risks to clients and the public when these stem from a poor work culture in law firms.

The proposals will reportedly seek to clarify the SRA’s approach to situations where a solicitor’s health issues affect their ability to practise or to participate in enforcement processes.

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