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Awarded for legal excellence: proudly Lexcel accredited

We are proud to have been awarded the Lexcel quality mark from The Law Society for excellence in practice management and client care. 

Typographic logo of Lexcel for the Legal Practice Quality Mark

Delivering the best client outcomes and care is something that we are proud to achieve, and constantly strive towards bettering. We are so pleased to be Lexcel accredited, an award from The Law Society, which recognises our commitment to this aim. Lexcel is a legal practice quality mark for client care, compliance and practice management. It sets the standard for:

  • client care
  • risk management
  • people management
  • structure and strategy
  • financial management
  • information management
  • file and case management

This rigorous assessment was completed in June and is awarded annually, so you can be assured that we will always treat your matter with the standards of excellence demanded of a Lexcel accredited firm. For more information about our personal and business services and team please contact us on 020 8944 5290. We always welcome client feedback; you can read some of our testimonials here.

This article was written by Rebecca Cox

Please note the contents contained in this article are for general guidance only and reflection the position at time of posting. Legal advice should be sought before taking action in relation to specific matters.

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