Tina Gosal joins the Legal Eye team

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2 December 2013


The Legal Eye team has expanded once again and welcomes the newest member, Tina Gosal.  Tina will be based in London.

Tina is a qualified solicitor and has been practicing matrimonial law for the past 5 years at two Legal 500, Lexcel Accredited firms.

Despite enjoying a fruitful and successful career, Tina has always been drawn towards the compliance and regulatory issues that have taken over the structure and progression of all law firms.  Tina says “it is apparent that more than ever compliance is at the forefront for all law firms.  The pressure that is on firms to meet regulatory standards is directly competing with the amount of time that legal professionals have available for fee earning work.  This is where Legal Eye is an effective solution for all law firms juggling their time.

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Tina successfully fulfilled the role of Compliance/Quality Assurance Manager, achieving the highest standard for her company by the regulatory body at the first annual inspection.  In her new role with Legal Eye, Tina will assist all sizes of law firms to achieve best practice and manage risk effectively.

Jaunita Gobby, founder and director of Legal Eye:  “Great way to end off 2013 – with a new team member!  We have many exciting projects planned for 2014 and Tina will be a great asset.  Many of our solicitor clients are working towards CQS and Lexcel accreditation and after that they will work towards the Legal Eye Quality Standard (LEQS). Our licensed conveyancer clients are working towards LEQS and that number is growing every week – great to see so many firms embracing best practice and risk management.”



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