Solve Legal Marketing Achieves Legal Eye Quality Standard

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9 February 2018


LegalEyeLegal Eye is delighted to announce that Solve Legal Marketing, the full-service marketing agency dedicated to the legal sector, has achieved the Legal Eye Quality Standard (LEQS).

Publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate and Today’s Conveyancer, Solve use their marketing expertise and legal know-how to the benefit of their clients, providing professional services whilst prioritising compliant practices. Though Solve have just recently celebrated their first-year anniversary, the agency has quickly become established within the industry, having partnered with a number of high profile clients and delivering successful campaigns.

Commenting on the achievement of the agency was Jonathan Coyle, Solve’s Head of Marketing. He stated: “The Legal Eye Quality Standard is a great recognition of the hard work towards compliance put in over the past year. Whilst we are a marketing agency, we work predominantly with law firms so we recognise the importance of maintaining secure processes and reviewing internal procedures. The award is testament to the team and reflects the high standard of work that they continue to deliver.”

The Legal Eye Quality Standard is the only assessment scheme which spans the three legal regulators i.e. the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), Council of Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) and Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).



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