Are you complying with the SRA/CLC/Cilex Code of Conduct?

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15 December 2016

LegalEye200For many busy conveyancers, it can be a constant juggling act staying on top of your caseload, keeping your clients happy and ensuring compliance with the obligations of your regulators Code of Conduct. From your professional performance and due diligence procedures to maintaining a suitable training programme for your firm’s employees, it is essential that you have workable measures in place to optimise best practice and remain compliant with the ever-changing regulatory framework.

Leading search provider PSG has teamed up with Legal Eye and Training Eye to bring you Practice Support Services, a range of additional services designed to support your continuing development and make sure that you are ticking all the boxes when it comes to meeting the requirements of your regulatory body, be it the SRA, CLC or Cilex.

Paul Saunders, MD of Legal Eye comments “Legal Eye are delighted to support PSG’s launch of Practice Support Services. PSG have recognised the importance of compliance to law firms and by offering this service are providing additional support to their law firm clients, at a time when they need it most.”

“Training Eye offers law firms packaged and customisable online training solutions,” adds Gavin Gobby, Director of Training Eye, “and with our partnership, we aim to mutually strengthen PSG’s complete service approach.”

Richard Dawson, Group Managing Director for PSG, concludes “It’s important to us as the ‘The Complete Search Service’ that we offer our clients a comprehensive solution to help streamline their processes and assist them in providing an outstanding customer service.  By collaborating with Legal Eye and Training Eye to develop our Practice Support Services range, we aim to alleviate some of the pressures that conveyancers face and support them in remaining vigilant about their compliance and training obligations”.

For more information about PSG’s Practice Support Services and how you can benefit, visit and choose from Compliance or Training.

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