Jean-Yves Gilg asks what more can be done to ensure lawyers have the mental health support they need to stay at the top of their game

The Solicitors Regulation Authority may have come across as overly formal in its response to the Junior Lawyer Division’s letter raising concerns about mental health and wellbeing, but what else did anyone expect?

SRA chief executive Paul Philip clarified that the regulator’s prosecution policy takes ...

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02 Apr 2019