Freddie Storrar, guest speaker at Solicitors Regulation Authority Dinner
6 March, 2020
On Monday 2nd March 2020, Freddie Storrar had the honour of being a guest speaker at the Solicitors Regulation Authority dinner at the Chester Grosvenor.
Freddie said “It was a very enjoyable and informative evening. My speech touched on a wide range of issues from the ever-changing British High Street to the shortcomings in access to justice for those most vulnerable.”
About the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)
The SRA is the regulator for solicitors and law firms throughout England and Wales. They regulate more than 180,000 solicitors and their purpose is to protect the public. They do this by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards and by taking action when risks are identified.
Solicitors they regulate include single-solicitor practices as well as large firms employing thousands of lawyers.
When shopping around for legal help, look for the SRA logo. Only law firms regulated by the SRA can display it on their website and this will indicate that your solicitor will keep your money safe, follow the SRA rules and meet the high standards set by the SRA.
About Freddie Storrar
Freddie is a Solicitor and Partner here at Storrar Cowdry and is also Head of our Corporate & Commercial Department. Services offered by the department include assistance with:
• Mergers and acquisitions
• Business and asset sales and purchases
• Company shareholder structures/reorganisations
• Shareholders’ Agreements
• Partnerships & LLPs
• Equity investments
• Commercial lending and security
If you have a matter you would like to discuss with us, please get in touch and have a chat with one of the team. You can then decide for yourself if we are the right choice for you without any obligation. The majority of our clients come to us through recommendations from family and friends and from our reputation in the local area.
If you would like an initial free, no obligation discussion to find out how Freddie or one of the Corporate & Commercial Department could help you please give us a call on 01244 400 567 or send an email to email@example.com.