Lucinda Soon

Professional Support Lawyer


Lucinda is a professional support lawyer in the Regulatory team, and is responsible for knowledge management and practice development.

Her work focuses on leveraging the team’s collective knowledge and expertise, ensuring that know-how and current and emerging regulatory developments are identified, evaluated, synthesised, and shared. She is particularly experienced in the adoption of technology to aid the delivery of these outcomes.

Lucinda qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and practised initially in dispute resolution before specialising in regulation. She has previously advised individuals and professional bodies in the legal and accountancy sectors, on authorisations, compliance, ethics, and regulatory policy.

In addition to her regulatory background, Lucinda has considerable experience in knowledge management strategy and governance. She was the business lead for knowledge management at the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and has worked in similar roles since then, both in private practice and in-house.

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Lucinda is a keen advocate for mental health and well-being at work, and is currently pursuing her PhD in organisational psychology at Birkbeck, University of London, where her research focuses on well-being in legal practice. Alongside her membership with the Law Society of England and Wales, she is an accredited member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS). 


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The FRC’s What Makes a Good Audit? report is timely as the audit regulatory landscape readies itself for change

New research on the impact of the Dr Bawa-Garba case on doctors’ professional behaviours and trust and confidence in the General Medical Council (GMC)

The Financial Reporting Council’s Audit Enforcement Procedure is changing – your chance to have your say

The FRC’s Annual Enforcement Review 2021: key trends and future concerns

MPs call on Government to regulate non-surgical cosmetic treatments

What does good audit practice look like? A thematic analysis of the FRC’s Annual Audit Quality Inspection Results 2020/21

Maintaining the boundaries of personal and professional life: new ethics guidance for professional accountants

What can we expect from the CQC’s new strategy for the changing world of health and social care?

All well and good

Wording allegations as “sexual” or “sexually motivated”: An analysis of Haris v General Medical Council [2021] EWCA Civ 763

Should business leaders be held to the same standard of integrity as the professional accountants who advise them?

One Year On: Care Sector Challenges Arising from COVID-19

Rule 12 – when the Assistant Registrar’s decision not to refer an allegation against a doctor is not final

BEIS White Paper on Audit Reform: Implications for Audit Firms and Auditors

The long and winding road…. that leads to….. ARGA

No strike-off for dishonesty: A case law review of exceptional circumstances

Health and Social Care White Paper 2021: Where next for patient safety and professional healthcare regulation?

The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – can UK qualified accountants still work in the EU?

Beckwith v SRA – are there implications for the regulation of professional accountants who face sexual misconduct allegations?

From good business sense to regulatory need: Future perspectives on how technology will transform regulatory compliance

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