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Preparing for new HRA regulations

In Autumn 2020, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) announced that it will be introducing regulatory changes for the Higher Rights of Audience (HRA) qualification, which allows solicitors to practice advocacy in the Higher courts in England and Wales. In this article, we break down what these changes are and what they mean in practice. What …

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Setting summer goals: what do you want to achieve?

2020 hasn’t turned out to be the year we all thought it would be. It’s been unpredictable in many ways and in some cases it has thrown off our routines, delayed our progress and stalled business objectives. It’s not been without its challenges and as we continue to navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic …

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Virtual learning etiquette – the do’s and don’ts of online training

Online learning has many benefits. It means that you and/or your team can continue working on personal development flexibly, at a location that suits you and it’s certainly a cost-effective solution. This option is something that has proved pivotal during the coronavirus outbreak where more legal professionals are working remotely, and we’ve seen many firms …

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BARBRI Altior takes HRA assessment online

BARBRI Altior introduces online HRA assessment for the first time Solicitors to qualify to practice advocacy in higher courts online Training provider continues to work alongside SRA to support training and development opportunities Legal UK training provider, BARBRI Altior, has announced the launch of its online Higher Rights of Audience written assessment this week. This …

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