Regulatory Law

Don’t let worry, stress, and uncertainty from regulatory proceedings cloud your judgment.

We’ve been in your shoes, and we understand the overwhelming nature of regulatory proceedings. That’s why it’s crucial to seek advice immediately upon receiving notice from your regulator. Our team of experienced solicitors will provide practical and considered advice to guide you through every stage of the process, whether it’s an investigation, prosecution, or appeal.

From your initial contact with us, you’ll be speaking directly with a solicitor, not a secretary, receptionist, or junior staff member. We won’t make you repeat information to different departments before finally reaching the right person, and we won’t judge or make you feel uncomfortable.

Our solicitors have gained invaluable experience over several years of dealing with the Solicitors Regulation Authority, from the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal to the High Court and Court of Appeal. This experience has uniquely positioned us to provide practical advice to other solicitors and firms facing regulatory proceedings.

We understand the difficulty of navigating regulatory investigations, and we’re here to help you.

Regulatory Law

Our initial legal advice is at no cost to you, so speak to one of our specialists now.

What our clients have to say…

“In difficult circumstances my husband was given excellent advice and assistance so that his case could be pursued. It was dealt with in an exceptionally caring, diligent and professional manner which led to a successful outcome.”


“What a great experience dealing with WE Solicitors. From the day they took my case on til the day it was resolved I received nothing but great communication, excellent service and exceptional professionalism throughout.”

Alex Surace

“Kept me informed the whole way through the process. The claim required minimal effort on my part as my solicitor did all the hard work for me. The settlement we finally agreed on was far higher than I expected at the start of the process.”

Mr Hughes