SRA Handbook 2011 and Code of Conduct: issues for private client lawyers

From 6 October 2011, solicitors must comply with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Handbook, which includes the SRA Code of Conduct and the SRA Accounts Rules. This note looks at aspects of the SRA Code of Conduct and Accounts Rules that are of particular interest to private client lawyers.

Warning: this note is not a substitute for reading the SRA Handbook 2011.

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