The SRA can’t be expected to come up with a fix for all social justice issues but its current proposals are removing some important safety nets, says Jessica Guth

The SRA’s revised proposals on ‘A new route to qualification: the Solicitors Qualifying Examination’ develops its plans for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) which is intended to replace the currently available routes to qualification. There is much in the consultation which warrants comment but I was particularly struck by an SRA tweet claiming the SQE would help aspiring solicitors from diverse background qualify.

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07 Oct 2016 | Practice Area