New GC role at the SRA

  • 02/07/2014


The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) are looking to appoint their inaugural General Counsel following the appointment of the new Chief Executive Paul Philip.

The role will provide strong leadership across the organisation and lead on the provision of legal advice as well as supporting policy development and drafting legislation. An advisor to the Board and Chief Executive the General Counsel will be key to developing strategic change within the SRA.

The appointment brief advises that the SRA are looking for a senior solicitor or barrister with experience in areas including public law, organisational governance, regulatory policy and information compliance and the UK legislative process.

For full details on the role please visit the SRA website.