Ayishah Khalil joins Legal Eye team

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15 July 2013


Ayishah is a qualified solicitor who has eight years experience working in the legal sector.  Ayishah started her career at a major UK law firm before moving to a regional, Legal 500 Firm.   Ayishah has experience in various areas of law which include Conveyancing, Matrimonial law and Wills, Trust and Probate.   She has gained invaluable experience over the years and is aware of the paramount importance of complying with rules and regulations in the legal field.

Ayishah says, “In recent years we have seen the effect that the ever changing rules and regulations are having on businesses in the legal market.  Commercial awareness and the importance of risk management, compliance with the SRA principles and customer focus has never been so crucial.”

Ayishah said,” I am delighted to be working with Legal Eye and its clients.  I believe that Legal Eye has an exceptional reputation in the field of compliance, risk management and accreditation.   I look forward to working with firms to help them identify pitfalls in their operations and to assist in providing them with compliant procedures in order to better the firm’s long term profitability, efficiency and customer relationship management.” 

Jaunita Gobby, Founder and Director of Legal Eye Ltd said “So pleased that Ayishah has joined the Legal Eye team.  We now have even better coverage with compliance consultants based all across the UK.”



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