Society of Licensed Conveyancers announces new partnership with Legal Eye

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15 February 2013


The Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) has announced a new partnership agreement with compliance experts, Legal Eye.

The partnership, which has commenced with immediate effect, will allow SLC members to secure a significant discount when purchasing their compliance packages.

SLC members can now access a 15% discount across a number of the services offered by Legal Eye, including its one-day compliance review and its more comprehensive two-day package, which includes a full compliance review along with series of training sessions, covering areas such as the new Bribery Act and anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.

Simon Law, chairman of the SLC, said: “Legal Eye is well respected within the industry and offers those working within the legal profession access to a great range of products and services specifically designed to help companies ensure they meet their compliance requirements and are optimising performance.

“By partnering with Legal Eye we are able to offer our members some significant discounts and we hope that many look to take advantage of this great offer.”

Jaunita Gobby, director of Legal Eye, added: “We are delighted to be working with the Society of Licensed Conveyancers and their firms. Following on from the SLC conference in October 2012, we have started to work with an increasing number of licensed conveyancers and we look forward to working with more. We have put together a selection of outline packages for SLC members, to highlight the range of services we have on offer.

“However, we believe in individually tailoring every package to suit each firm’s own processes and structure and would be happy to talk this through with any interested members.”

The two main Legal Eye packages being offer to SLC members are:

  • A one-day compliance review – a thorough review of both processes and documentation, to include a compliance review report, confirming any corrective action required.
  • A two-day compliance review – a thorough review of both processes and documentation, to include a compliance review report, a full AML training package, equality and diversity training materials, data protection training materials and a full training package for the new Bribery Act.

Legal Eye works with law firms to ensure compliance and optimise performance. Its extensive and thorough knowledge of the law and regulations help law firms to ensure they are law compliant and that their processes are sound. Files are audited to ensure firms are not only complying with the service-level agreements they have in place, but very importantly, also the code of conduct.

The Society of Licensed Conveyancers is the professional body representing the licensed conveyancer profession. For more information, visit: www.conveyancers.org.uk or contact info@conveyancers.org.uk



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