This inclusive webinar, now available on demand, discussed the key changes to standards and regulations introduced by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) in November 2019. 

In this 90-minute webinar, we discussed the revised SRA handbook, which have paved the way for solicitiors working outside SRA-regulated entities and on a freelance basis. We also looked at how we can ensure compliance to these new regulations. 

This webinar is available on demand.

This webinar will cover:

  • the key changes to the SRA Principles, SRA Codes and SRA Accounts Rules
  • the new forms of practice
  • the role of the compliance officers
  • an overview of your risk-based regulatory priorities

By attending this webinar, you will gain:

  • an awareness of the new Standards and Regulations
  • an understanding of the different expectations for individual solicitors
  • an insight into the SRA’s expectations in terms of regulation
  • suggestions for the changes you need to make 


Tracey Calvert – Director, Oakalls Consultancy 

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Tracey is the Co-Vice-Chair of the International Bar Association’s Professional Ethics Committee, a lawyer and the director of Oakalls Consultancy Limited. She is a regulatory, compliance and ethics specialist providing a variety of advisory services to members of the solicitor’s profession.

She is a regular speaker and trainer on these topics and has delivered presentations both within the UK and internationally. Tracey is also a board member of both the Wilmington Group’s Legal Compliance Association and the Law Society’s Legal Compliance Bulletin. She is a contributor to ‘Cordery on Legal Services’, writes a monthly column for the ‘Solicitors Journal’, and has written several books on compliance and ethics. 

Tracey was previously employed by the Law Society and the SRA as a senior ethics adviser and a policy executive. She has also worked both in private practice and in an in-house role.


Pearl Moses – Head of Risk and Compliance, the Law Society 

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Pearl Moses is Head of Risk and Compliance at the Law Society. She is an experienced legal practitioner who has worked in private practice, legal publishing and regulatory compliance roles.

A distinguished commentator, speaker and consultant on legal regulatory and compliance issues, Pearl uses her experience to deliver innovative legal learning solutions to legal businesses. A board member of both the Legal Compliance Association and the Legal Compliance magazine, she specialises in creating tailored compliance solutions and interventions to help firms and in-house legal teams embed sound risk management principles and best practice legal compliance systems.


This webinar is free to Risk and Compliance Service members.