Legal Eye adds outsourced secretarial and administrative support to law firm offering

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1 June 2015


LegalEye200With the shortage of experienced conveyancing staff quoted to be as at “crisis point” Legal Eye are pleased to come to the rescue of overburdened law firms with new outsourced secretarial support -Virtual Eye.

Virtual Eye offers law firms a flexible secretarial service and administration support on an “as needed” basis and by a team of people with experience in the legal market.

Law firms only pay for the services and the time they use so it costs a fraction of hiring permanent or temporary staff.

Rachel MacLeod who heads up Virtual Eye says “The beauty of Virtual Eye for law firms is that the service can be used as and when required to ensure that during busy periods customer service is not compromised.”

Jaunita Gobby, Director of Legal Eye comments “Rachel has provided support services for Legal Eye and a selection of our clients for a number of years so it made sense to expand out to our entire customer base.”

CONTACT RACHEL NOW FOR A FREE, NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION ON 07738 050212 or by email at rm@legal-eye.co.uk



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