U.K. fretting about the future of legal education, too
November 19, 2010
The three largest professional regulatory bodies in the United Kingdom announced on Friday a joint review of legal education and training. The review is a collaboration between the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the Institute of Legal Executives Professional Standards and the Bar Standards Board. The effort has the support of the Legal Services Board — the independent body created in 2007 to oversee the regulation of lawyers in England and Wales.