Cordery on Legal Services

The authority on every aspect of professional conduct, obligations and liability; relied on by the legal profession for over 100 years for advice and guidance.

    Formerly known as Cordery on Solicitors, this is the authority on every aspect of professional conduct, obligations and liability, the recently revamped Cordery on Legal Services has been relied on by the legal profession for over a century and is frequently cited in the courts. It is the only source available that offers comprehensive guidance on the law and practice relating to solicitors, as well as expert commentary and advice on the difficult problems that can arise in practice.


      Cordery on Legal Services ensures the practitioner is complying with the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s handbook, thereby helping to avoid negligence actions.

      Cross Reference
      Its useful cross-referencing between materials and narrative enables quick and easy access to every aspect of the work of solicitors, while offering comprehensive coverage of all the relevant rules, regulations and guidelines.

      Guidance and Insight
      Cordery on Legal Services reflects both the characteristics of modern practice and provides coverage of the latest developments in the regulation of solicitors.

      Regular Updates
      Two looseleaf volumes, five service issues approx. per year (invoiced separately on publication).

      Part 1 - NARRATIVE; 
      The Regulatory Framework; The Legal Services Board; Approved Regulators and Disciplinary Bodies; The Office for Legal Complaints; Common Issues;

      Part 2 - MATERIALS; 
      Statutes; Statutory instruments; Law Society and SRA Rules and Regulations; Other Law Society materials; Other materials; Tables; Index

      General Editors: Andrew Hopper QC, Solicitor, Consultant, Radcliffes Le Brasseur, Westminster, Cartwright Black, Cardiff and Geoffrey Williams & Christopher Green, Cardiff; Iain Miller LLB, Solicitor, Partner, Bevan Brittan LLP. Consulting

      Editor: Alexandra Marks BA (Oxon), Solicitor, Adjudicator of the SRA, Recorder, South Eastern Circuit.

      Editors: Judith Ayling, Barrister, 39 Essex Street; Nicholas Bacon QC, Barrister, 4 New Square; Professor Andrew Boon, Dean of School, University of Westminster; Peter Camp LLB, Educational and Professional Services; His Honour Judge Michael Cook LLB (Leeds); Louise Delahunty; Jonathan Fisher QC, Barrister, 23 Essex Street; Simon Garrod, Deputy Director, Representation and Policy at the Bar Council; Christopher Green, Education and Training Consultant, Christopher Green Solicitor; Samantha Hatt LLB, Barrister, 23 Essex Street; Vicky Ling, Management Consultant, Partnership Quality Systems; Michael Mathews, Solicitor, past president of the Law Society; Andrew Mold MA (Cantab), LLM (Harv), Barrister; Patrick Russell BA (Oxon), Solicitor, Partner, Charles Russell, London; Sue Nelson LLB, Solicitor; Oliver Pikett, Associate, Corporate Crime Group, Simmons & Simmons; Simon Pugh, Solicitor, Wilson & Co Solicitors; Gregory Treverton-Jones QC, Barrister, 39 Essex Street; Cherie Spinks, Associate, Corporate Crime Group, Simmons & Simmons; Benjamin Williams, Barrister, 39 Essex Street; Nicholas Wright LLB, Solicitor, Chief Executive, Wright Son & Pepper; Victoria Wright, Solicitor, Wright Son & Pepper

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