The Legal Eye team expands with more coverage in the South

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17 September 2013


Legal Eye is pleased to announce that Zoe Bage has joined the Legal Eye team.

Zoé has worked in the legal sector for the past 17 years.  Her legal career has been predominately based within Residential Conveyancing.  In recent years she has gained experience in compliance and risk management as she assisted her firm in achieving the CQS quality standard.

Zoé’s says “I am pleased to be working with Legal Eye, and its clients.  I believe that Legal Eye’s reputation within the legal sector is exceptional and I look forward to assisting firms with their risk management policies and procedures and helping them to achieve accreditations.”

Jaunita Gobby, Founder and Director of Legal Eye Ltd said “Wonderful to have Zoé on board.  Zoe is based in Battersea and will extend our coverage in the south.  We have found that a lot more firms that have achieved CQS accreditation are now making the move towards achieving Lexcel, which is wonderful.  We have also won additional contracts within the industry covering file reviews and quality review audits and Zoé will be assisting the team with this new stream of work.”



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