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  1. I have recently made a formal complaint to a London Law firm, about their conduct and this has led to a compliant being referred to the Solicitors Regulation Authority. I am concerned though that in 2009, 98% of complaints about solicitors were not referred to the Solicitors Tribunal and in fact it appears that 90% of public complaints were not upheld at all. I have therefore created a blog to publicise how they deal with my complaint in an attempt to establish whether they are or are not fit for purpose. I can't enter a URL link directly as I haven't posted to this forum ten times yet (I don't want to post 9 other spurious messages just so I can!). I hope the moderators of this forum will allow this link as it goes to a page that has much more information than I can post directly here. I would very much welcome comments and feedback here. Have readers of the Consumer Action Forums had any dealings with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and if so, was the outcome satisfactory? The SRA claim that their main objective is to protect the public. Do you think they achieve this goal? Thanks for your support.
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