Publication of legal education review faces yet another delay

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  • get your act together

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  • How can the LETR team say 'good progress' has been made when it blatantly has not. It will be almost six months late by the time it is published, if at all. Meanwhile, more and more people are signing up to a legal qualification that may well be rendered useless in coming months as the SRA and LSB decide to tear up the rule book.

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  • It does appear there are merely stalling to allow hundreds more to pay the huge SRA and/or Bar membership fees before turning around and saying, yeah, that course you just forked out £5,000 - £12,5000 on, it's worthless...

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  • I have worked on publications in medium size organisations. If a report is being published, it will be signed off at multiple levels in a process that takes weeks. It can take months if the document is going to be put in a pretty format rather than just published as a Word document. If the problem is genuinely data analysis, there is no way that anyone would have thought on 10 January that a 16 January publication date was reasonable. The delay would have been known well in advance of this.

    My best guess is that someone doesn't like the report's conclusions and has asked the team working on it to go back to the drawing board.

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  • Real issue is why there was any need for LETR in first place. A complete waste of money that BSB and SRA let themselves be bullied into by the arrogant overlords from LSB.

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