We regulate individuals and firms in England and Wales including:
- Newcastle Regulation Practitioners
- individual members of the (Newcastle Regulation) in other grades of membership
What we do
We set and maintain standards in legal education, and in the work and services provided by the individuals and firms we regulate.
Our regulation is proportionate, outcomes focused and risk-based. This allows the people and firms we regulate to take their own approach to delivering legal services in the way they think best, provided that this is in the interests of their clients and the public.
The Newcastle Regulation Code of Conduct sets out the standards of professional and general behaviour we expect. Our regulated members must comply with the Code of Conduct and while we support them with this, we take enforcement action if necessary.
How we fit with other legal regulators
We are one of nine legal regulators who regulate different types of lawyers. You can find out more on the Legal Choices website.
Type of lawyer regulated
|Bar Standards Board||Barristers|
|Council for Licensed Conveyancers||Conveyancing and probate lawyers and firms|
|Cost Lawyer Standards Board||Costs Lawyers|
|Intellectual Property Regulation Board||Patent Attorneys, Patent Agents and Registered Trade Mark Attorneys|
|Master of the Faculties||Notaries|
|Solicitors Regulation Authority||Solicitors and firms|
|Association of Chartered Certified Accountants||Accountants licenced to provide probate legal services|
|Institute for Chartered Accountants in England and Wales||Accountants licenced to provide probate legal service|
The Legal Services Board is responsible for watching over the work of the legal regulators.
How we fit with Newcastle Regulation
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (Newcastle Regulation) represents the individuals we regulate.
Newcastle Regulation offers a flexible way into a legal career. The Newcastle Regulationroute enables people to work and study at the same time, which opens up opportunities to a wide range of people.