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Are you a solicitor, doctor, teacher or other professional concerned about a professional disciplinary proceeding? Whether you are worried about having your license to practice suspended or being struck off your professional register, we can help. With our professional discipline solicitors, your career is in safe hands.

At Regan Peggs Solicitors, we offer reliable, intelligent advice to professionals who find themselves involved in disciplinary proceedings. We can represent you at any tribunals or hearings, and can appeal for a judicial review on your behalf where appropriate.

With intricate knowledge of a wide range of professional areas, our professional discipline solicitors can help you to prepare a robust defence to keep you working in the job you love.

Get in touch to discuss your case today.

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How can we help you?

Regulatory Bodies

Regulatory bodies that can bring professional disciplinary proceedings against individuals, and with whom we have experience working, include:

Solicitors – Solicitors Regulation Authority / Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal
Doctors – General Medical Council
Dentists – General Dental Council
Pharmacists – General Pharmaceutical Council
Nurses / Midwives – Nursing and Midwifery Tribunal
Teachers – General Teaching Council

For advice on how to deal with disciplinary action brought be these or any other governing bodies, contact us today.

Criminal Proceedings

In the most serious cases, professional misconduct can also lead to criminal proceedings.

Should your situation escalate to the extent that criminal charges are brought against you, we can help by advising you and representing you in any court hearings, giving you the best possible chance of avoiding a conviction.

Find out more about our Criminal Defence services, or contact us today to discuss how we can help you.

Professional Discipline Articles

Got a specific question about professional discipline services? Browse our selection of useful articles below, or get in touch if you can’t find what you’re looking for – we’re always happy to discuss your case, and will either help you directly or refer you to someone who can.