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All solicitors and registered European and registered foreign lawyers (RELs and RFLs) in legal practice or employment in England and Wales must comply with the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) continuing competence requirements.
Continuing competence is the system which replaced the old continuing professional development requirements. Demonstrating that you fulfil the competencies set out in the SRA Statement of Solicitor Competence (Competence Statement) is a means of showing that the requirements under paragraph 3 of the SRA Code of Conduct for Solicitors, RELs and RFLs regarding service and competence have been met. For more information on the Competence Statement, see What is the competence statement? below.
Solicitors have a regulatory requirement to provide a proper standard of service. To do this, solicitors will need to reflect on their practice and undertake regular learning and development so that their skills and knowledge remain up-to-date. Any approach to learning and development is valid, as long as it can be demonstrated that it contribut
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