- Civil Litigation
- Ethnic Minority Lawyers
- Human Rights
- Junior Lawyers
Trainee solicitors – don’t sleepwalk into admission problems at the end of your training contract!
The SRA Training Regulations 2014 came into force on 1 July and require trainee solicitors to maintain a record of training that contains details of work they’ve done and which cross-refers to the (90+) prescribed skills in the SRA Practice Skills Standards (the standards expected of all newly qualified solicitors on admission).
Unless your training principal can affirm that you have a ‘full and complete’ training record in accordance with the SRA Regulations, they will not be in a position to sign off your ‘AD1’ form for admission as a solicitor at the end of your training contract.
FREE access for trainees to Online Mentor™ – the leading web-based training record platform
Used by nearly 1,000 trainees already at over 20 of the top 100 law firms plus numerous in-house legal departments, Online Mentor™ is offering all trainee solicitors FREE personal access to its web-based training contract record platform. Online Mentor™ makes compliance with the SRA requirements quick and easy. It also lets you build a dynamic database of experience by tagging it against key practice areas, invaluable when it comes to CV building and preparation for newly qualified applications.
Interested? Log your interest via Online Mentor’s quick online questionnaire.