SRA stands for Solicitors Regulation Authority and it is a UK-based solicitor’s regulatory body that regulates solicitors in England and Wales. This body was established in 2007 and is headquartered in Birmingham, England, UK. The body regulates over 200,000 solicitors and more than 11000 law firms across the UK. SRA regulates both private and public solicitors.
The regulatory body was formed by Legal Services Act of 2007 as an independent body and till now it is very well regulating the professional conduct of British solicitors whether he works inside UK or outside UK.
Besides its regulatory services, the body also maintains a cool website. Through its website, the regulatory body has been resolving every issue of UK Citizens vis-à-vis solicitors’ professional conduct. If you are facing any difficulty or want to file a complaint, then you have to simply visit its website. You can connect with the support advisors of SRA via any of the following methods.
- Via Phone
- Via Post
- Via Complaints Form
- Via iComplaints services (Link at the bottom)
How to Lodge a Complaint to SRA
If you want to register a complaint at SRA then the best way to do it is via its phone number. For lodging a complaint via phone, you have to visit its website. Once you visit its website, you will see a ‘contact us’ tab at the top and bottom of its homepage. Click this contact us tab and you will be redirected to another webpage where you will find their phone number i.e., 0370 606 2555.
Now just pick up your phone and dial the given number for registering your complaint. Soon you will be connected with a rep of the support advisors. Besides phone number, you can also connect with the team via any of the following means.
If you want to write a complaint letter then you can also write them. Their postal address is given at the contact page. For your convenience, the address is given below.
Solicitors Regulation Authority, the Cube, 199 Wharfside Street,
Birmingham, B1 1RN DX 720293 BIRMINGHAM 47
Via Complaints Form
Still, you can register your complaint via complaints form. You will find the online complaints form on the contact page. Just fill in this form with relevant details like your name, email, and complaint message. Once you have entered your name, email, and your enquiry, submits the form. After submitting the form, one of the representatives of the support advisor team will contact back as soon as possible.
In addition to these methods, you can also connect with SRA via its various social media accounts. SRA has also official Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook accounts. The links to their official accounts are provided at their homepage. By following SRA via these accounts, you can keep yourself updated about the recent laws and regulations and other developments in the field.
Wrapping it Up
SRA is one of the largest solicitors’ regulatory bodies in the UK. The vast membership of the body also make it susceptible to many queries. But the good news is that you can easily resolve your query or complaint via its website through multiple communication channels.