File Reviews

The news items and other information on this site do not purport to be comprehensive or to give legal or professional advice. cpm21 does not provide legal advice. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, neither cpm21, its owners, employees, associates, collaborators, agents or trainers can be held liable for any errors or omissions or inaccuracies contained within each communication, on its website, or in articles, tweets, posts or blogs on social networking sites. Readers should not act upon (or refrain from acting upon) information provided without first taking further specialist or professional advice. cpm21.

By Paul Jones

The Problem With File Reviews

There are still lots of solicitors firms that think file reviews are optional, and that they don't really have to worry about them too much.
And those firms would be wrong.
The SRA Handbook 2011 has a mandatory outcome in chapter 7 as follows;