Nottingham based law firm adds to their accreditation collection

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18 August 2016


LegalEye200Legal Eye, a subsidiary of ULS Technology is delighted to announce that Campions Solicitors are the first law firm in Nottingham to achieve the Legal Eye Quality Standard (LEQS).

The Legal Eye Quality Standard is recognised to be the first assessment scheme to address the rules and regulations which are over and above the traditional quality standards.

Campions Solicitors, who have held the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) accreditation since 2012 as well as the family mediation accreditation, proudly achieved the Law Society’s Lexcel Practice Quality Mark for the second  year running.

Rhonda Treacy-Hales, head of business development at Legal Eye says “I have been working with the team at Campions for three years and they are an absolute delight to work with. They grasped early on that compliance is very positive for their business and have developed a strong culture throughout their firm which benefits all staff and clients.

“Supporting them through their recent Lexcel assessment was a joy and they thoroughly deserve the auditor’s accolades. These in themselves are extremely rewarding because I know just how high standards need to be to get them! Campions have gone a step further with their systems and compliance and as such it is a pleasure to award them the Legal Eye Quality Standard which in parallel to the Lexcel Practice Quality Mark success, is extremely impressive.”

Managing director, Stephen Campion comments “Quality standards are core to the service we offer and to the future success of Campions Solicitors.

“The team and I are incredibly proud to display the accreditations for all to see and to demonstrate to our customers that we are dedicated in working to the highest level of compliance for their benefit.”



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