The Law Society Of England And Wales
Law Society England Wales And Solicitors Regulation Authority; the legal bodies tasked to register and monitor solicitors who are permitted to practise law in England and Wales; how the law in England and Wales forms one legal jurisdiction and how to check if a solicitor is an accredited personal injury specialist.
Does the law in England and Wales differ from the rest of the UK?
“Yes” – England and Wales has a unified legal jurisdiction and consequently the same law. throughout both countries, but the law in Scotland and Northern Ireland differs, such that they have different legal jurisdictions from England and Wales.
What are the two bodies that register and regulate practising lawyers in England and Wales
The two bodies that English and Welsh solicitors must be registered with are the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Law Society of England and Wales.
In England and Wales the Solicitors Regulation Authority was created in 2007 to help the Law Society monitor and regulate practising solicitors in England and Wales.
Check the expertise of a solicitor an any area of law including personal injury. You can search by name, postcode or town or city to find the details of all the solicitors practising near to you.