The Regulation of Legal Services is the Passle page of Iain Miller and Peter Steel, both of whom are partners in Bevan Brittan LLP. Iain and Peter have extensive experience in advising on legal services regulatory issues and lead a team who act for regulators in relation to disciplinary proceedings, regulatory litigation and policy advice. The team also undertakes projects for law firms and other legal services providers such as licensing applications for Alternative Business Structures, regulatory due diligence, compliance investigations, and other non-contentious advice on ethics and compliance.



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Fings are what they used to be....

There is a suggestion in this that we aren't going to see radical developments in the way barristers do business just yet. The use of...

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Ireland takes another step towards ABSs

The Irish Legal Services Regulation Bill cleared the Dail last week and will now head to the Seanad. This is in some respect's...

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Death of the Client Account?

As anticipated, the SRA has published a consultation this week on whether the entities it regulates should be allowed to use a third...

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Corporates vs lawyers vs law schools: a call for collaboration

V nice story on the excellent Harvard initiative on LegalFutures in relation to lawyer ethics much of which I heartily agree with. ...

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How to train your (paralegal) dragon

Piracy is big business. HBO, which this week released the fifth series of the popular "Game of Thrones" decided to do so simultaneously...

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Money Laundering gets serious

Legal Futures has an interesting article on the rise of prosecutions in relation to moneylaundering. Solicitors handle more money in a...

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Boiling Frogs over a Burning Platform

Kenneth Grady has written an excellent article which captures the debate about change in the legal market. Significantly, the debate...

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Badges, brevets and boundaries (Part 2)

No doubt some will suggest there may be something of the straw man about the warning concerning McKenzie friends contained in the...

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