Survey of English and Welsh adults on behalf of the SRA on solicitors’ education
- A substantial majority of English and Welsh people are in favour of consistency in assessment for trainee solicitors. Almost four in five (79%) English and Welsh adults say that everyone should pass the same final exam to become a solicitor, and a similar proportion (76%) say that they would have more confidence in solicitors if they all passed the same final exam.
Date Published: 03/10/2016
Categories: Education | GB | Public and communities
Client: Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)
ComRes interviewed 1,866 adults aged 18+ living in England and Wales online between 17th and 18th August 2016. Data were weighted by gender, age, region and socio-economic grade to be representative of all English and Welsh adults.