Price transparency Q&A

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Whatever you choose to charge, we want that information made readily available on your website, so that members of the public and businesses can make informed choices when they are looking for legal help.

You should bear in mind that your existing obligations under the SRA Code of Conduct 2011 remain relevant. Particularly outcome 1.13 on providing clients with the best possible information about the likely overall cost, both at the time of engagement and when appropriate as the matter progresses.

And of course, you have existing obligations under our Code of Conduct, particularly outcome 1.13 on providing clients with the best possible information about the likely overall cost, both at the time of engagement and when appropriate as the matter progresses.

Accessible information on services and price means that people will be able to make informed decisions about which providers offer the best value for money taking account of both these factors. The evidence shows that this does not mean they will automatically select the cheapest option.