Joe Bryant, partner, CMS Cameron McKenna

Opinion: Proactive regulation will hit solicitors where it hurts

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  • I am not sure why the author refers to 'primary frontline regulator'; the Act refers to Approved Regulators. The Law Society and Bar Council are Approved Regulators; the SRA and BSB are not.

    The -TLS and BC have chosen to delegate regulation to the SRA and BSB - and they could decide to delegate to others. If they felt the SRA was not, for example, an adequate regulator of entry or as a prosecuting body, the TLS could establish new delegate bodies.

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