Upcoming events

We organise and take part in a wide range of events and conferences. Come and meet us to find out more about what we’re doing. If you would like to invite an SRA speaker to your event, please fill in our speaker request form.

Upcoming events and conferences in which we'll be participating are listed below. To book a place or find out more about non-SRA events, please contact the organisers directly.

March 2018

Legalex 2018

21 March 2018 to 22 March 2018|ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London, E16 1XL

Legalex is a legal event designed for the most ambitious law firms and professionals looking to discover the latest innovations that will make them more competitive. And tickets are free when you register from their website.

On the 21 and 22 March 2018, those in attendance will meet over 150 of the most innovative suppliers, sit-in on 120 hours of seminars, take advantage of one-on-one advice from industry experts, and benefit from the unparalleled networking opportunities. SRA Executive Director of External Affairs, Jane Malcolm will be speaking.

Jane Malcolm provides an update on how regulation is developing to remain fit for purpose, in what is a time of change in the legal sector and further afield.

To discover more about this event and book your free ticket, register using the link on the right

Visit the event website to find out more

April 2018

The solicitors’ profession: Diversity, career progression & firm type

30 April 2018|Squire Patton Boggs Offices, London

What is the impact of the interaction of gender and ethnicity characteristics on solicitor career progression and how does this vary by firm type?

Following on from the publication of the report, "Mapping advantages and disadvantages: Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales", the seminar provides an opportunity to learn more about and discuss the implications of how progression for men, women and minority ethnic solicitors varies by the size, location and type of work undertaken by legal practices. Bringing together policymakers, and a wide range of representatives from across the legal services market – including professional bodies, other regulators, legal practices, equality & diversity networks - the event will also explore, in light of the research findings, how to improve career progression opportunities for all in the legal profession.

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