FJG reaccredited with Lexcel
26 August 2020 by Rebecca Webber
We are thrilled to have been reaccredited with the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for client care, compliance, and practice management, Lexcel, having held this esteemed accreditation for over a decade.
Lexcel is an optional, recognised accreditation scheme for law firms; to retain the certification, a practice must satisfy the rigorous process of approval, including a detailed application and full assessment procedure. The process to demonstrate the commitment and ability to not only meet but exceed standards also includes on-site visits from a qualified Lexcel assessor.
Paula Cameron, Managing Partner commented: “I am very pleased that FJG continue to be accredited with Lexcel. Being an internal Lexcel consultant myself, I am aware of the process undertaken to maintain this accolade, retaining Lexcel for nearly 15 years clearly demonstrates the firm’s continual advancements of our practice management standards.”
This year, the Lexcel evaluator made special mention to the firm’s IT team and internal training providers within the reaccreditation process. Paula continues: “I am very proud of these teams, not only for this, but for the way they have steered FJG through the events of 2020. I strongly believe our pledge to maintain this accreditation safeguards FJG’s status in the market during these uncertain times and I look forward to the future with optimism”.
FJG is delighted to be holding this accreditation for the fourteenth year and as a firm that pride themselves on their accreditations, along with their commitment to providing expert legal advice and exceptional client service. Lexcel continues to act as a beacon of quality to clients and potential clients alike.
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