TikitTFB to sponsor Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2011

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18 February 2011


Leading legal IT company TikitTFB, a Legal Futures Associate, is proud to announce its sponsorship of this year’s Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards.

Due to be held on 28 June 2011 at the Globe Theatre in London, the awards will bring together the very best of legal aid practitioners. TikitTFB will be sponsoring the ‘social and welfare lawyer’ category.

Organised by the Legal Aid Practitioners Group on behalf of the profession, the awards are in their ninth year and are a unique celebration of the work done by solicitors, barristers, legal executives and other advisers working in the publicly-funded sector.

“These awards allow us to take a step back and show our support for everyone who is involved in the provision of legal aid services,” comments Simon Hill, managing director of TikitTFB. “It is even more significant in the current climate that the awards highlight the importance of these services, as well the hard work and dedication that goes into delivering them to ensure they remain available to those who need them.”

The legal aid community reflects a key demographic in TikitTFB’s client base. TikitTFB has continuously invested in the capability of Partner for Windows to help legal aid practitioners manage publicly-funded cases more efficiently. The software is compliant and up-to-date with the latest Legal Services Commission regulations and takes care of complex administrative processes.

Its intuitive interface enables firms to easily capture every minute that can be claimed at the appropriate rate and increase profitability by simplifying business processes. All types of claim are catered for and there is even a function to allow for easy reconciliation of all payments received from the LSC .

 For more information on the awards, including how to nominate, please visit http://www.lapg.co.uk/legalaidlawyer.cfm


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