||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 192 (Feb)
||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court (London)
Cranston J (judgment delivered extempore)
||Alan Jenkins (instructed by Leigh Bailey Solicitors, Preston) for the appellant.
||Geoffrey Williams QC (instructed by the SRA) for the SRA.
||14 February 2011
Solicitor - Practising certificate - Conditions - Solicitor having conditions placed upon his practising certificate - Appellant firm of solicitors applying to respondent Solicitors Regulation Authority to employ solicitor as paralegal - Permission being refused - Whether adjudicator erring - Whether failure to take evidence into account.
Solicitor Practising certificate. The Administrative Court, in allowing the appellant's appeal against the refusal of the Solicitors Regulation Authority to allow it to employ a struck off solicitor as a paralegal, held that there had been defects in the reasoning of the adjudicator and that the appeal body had failed to take into account relevant evidence.
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