Previously the poorest performing legal regulator, the CLSB has made positive changes 

The Legal Services Board (LSB) has published an updated assessment of the Costs Lawyer Standards Board’s (CLSB) regulatory performance, commending the CLSB for an improved performance. 

CLSB regulates costs lawyers in England and Wales. Like all legal regulators, it is subject to certain requirements under the Legal Services Act 2007. 

In January 2019, the LSB assessed the CLSB against 27 outcomes across five standards. The CLSB was the poorest performing regulator, with nine unmet outcomes. However, the latest assessment has judged the regulator as meeting 26 of 27 outcomes.

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Suzanne Townley
News Editor
Solicitors Journal

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