CLC firm gains Legal Eye Quality Standard Accreditation

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9 February 2017


Legal EyeBirmingham based Go Convey is the latest Council of Licensed Conveyancer (CLC) member to gain the Legal Eye Quality Standard.

Partner Andrew Lambert who has been with Go Convey for 5 years commented “The 12 strong team at Go Convey work tirelessly to provide a quality conveyancing service supported by robust risk and compliance processes to protect ourselves and our clients from the increasing threats law firms are now under.”

Founder Lisa Haylock says “Following our LFS award win last September in the Small Conveyancing firm of the Year – North category, this accreditation sets us up for further success in 2017.”

Paul Saunders, Managing Director of Legal Eye supported this “Legal Eye have been working with Go Convey since 2014, witnessing their growth into new premises whilst putting compliance and risk at the top of their agenda. They thoroughly deserve this accreditation and we hope that it will help them to achieve further growth and success.”

Andrew will be amongst other Legal Eye customers and non-customers keeping on top of emerging risks at the Legal Eye seminar on 1st March which is being hosted at the Library of Birmingham with the CLC, SRA and Law Society in attendance. The seminar is free but places are limited. Bookings can be made online https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emerging-risks-for-law-firms-in-2017-tickets-31225573531 or by email to ds@legal-eye.co.uk   



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