Zoe Holland, Managing Director of Zebra LC , has won an award for the second year running at the 2014 Modern Law Awards making this the 4th Award win in 12 months. In October 2013, Zebra Legal Consulting (Zebra LC) won Best New Entrant and in the last 6 months has also scooped Best New Business at the Women in Business Awards in Manchester. Zoe was also named Outstanding Innovator of the Year at this year’s Claims Innovation Awards.
The event held in London on the 15th October 2014, celebrated the very best in entrepreneurship, market development, business management and ‘best practice’ in the modern legal services arena.
Speaking of the award, Zoe Holland said, “It is a humbling moment when you know your industry peers recognise and celebrate your success for entrepreneurialism and innovation within a fast moving and ever evolving legal sector. I have had so many lovely comments after the Award presentation and thank everyone for their continued support.”
Zebra LC has a clear on-going commitment to innovation in how they are structured, as well as how they deliver client projects. With recent projects including advising the investment Board of private equity firm North Edge Capital in the £15million investment in law firm Roberts Jackson as well as advising Fairpoint PLC in the acquisition of national firm Simpson Miller.
Zebra LC is a law firm management and technical due diligence consulting firm dedicated to helping legal practices and key legal stakeholders (such as banks and insurers) embrace the changing legal landscape.
Established and recognised as a full service due diligence business with a specialist focus in personal injury; 18 months ago this niche did not exist the legal sector. Zebra comprises a team of 45 specialist lawyers, barristers and costs experts who use their legal skills in a new way to carry out meticulous technical due diligence reports.
The business has grown by way of a virtual network of highly acclaimed lawyers and barristers, who work as part of the Zebra team as technical auditors of WIP value and operational risk. This includes Legal 500 and Chambers rated specialists. The team is totally discreet and does not openly publicise individual technical audit members. Projects are highly sensitive and confidential.