Outcomes definition

What does Outcomes mean?

The SRA Code of Conduct contains outcomes which when achieved will benefit clients and the public at large.

The outcomes are mandatory and describe what firms and individuals are expected to achieve in order to comply with the SRA Principles. The Outcomes support the SRA's outcomes-focused approach to regulation.

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