Students will be hit in the pocket and diversity will be negatively impacted if plans go ahead

The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s super exam is ‘too superficial’, ‘narrow’, and will fail as a robust and effective measure of competence, according to the University of Law.

Providing its formal response to the regulator’s plan for a solicitors qualification examination, Professor Andrea Nollent, vice-chancellor and chief executive of ULaw, said the centralised exam would not achieve its aim of addressing the lack of ...

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