Student Information

A number of facilities are available which allow you to define search crtieria with the aim of making the search "narrower" and thereby reduce the number of results returned by the search. These are described in the sections below and include;

The CLEAR button can be used at any time to reset the search criteria. This removes any search text, resets the Radio Buttons, Specialisation and Surname A-Z to the default setting.

Go to the next section Performing the Search or return to the introduction.


Entering search text

If you are searching for Chartered Legal Executive Lawyers by surname, employer name or location, enter the search text in the box provided. Use the radio buttons to indicate whether to match this text against either surname, employer, or location.

  • The search term must be a minimum of 3 characters long eg "sm" is not accepted, "jon" is accepted.
  • Case insensitive eg entering search term as "Lewis" or "lEwIS" will produce the same results.
  • All entries that contain the search term will match eg a search term "smith" will match "Goldsmith" and "Smith"
  • The search term must be a minimum of 3 characters long eg "sm" is not accepted, "jon" is accepted.
  • Case insensitive eg entering search term as "Lewis" or "lEwIS" will produce the same results.
  • All entries that contain the search term will match eg a search term "smith" will match "Goldsmith" and "Smith"
  • The search term must be a minimum of 3 characters long eg "sm" is not accepted, "jon" is accepted.
  • Case insensitive eg entering search term as "Lewis" or "lEwIS" will produce the same results.
  • All entries that contain the search term will match eg a search term "smith" will match "Goldsmith" and "Smith"
  • The search term must be a minimum of 3 characters long eg "sm" is not accepted, "jon" is accepted.
  • Case insensitive eg entering search term as "Lewis" or "lEwIS" will produce the same results.
  • All entries that contain the search term will match eg a search term "smith" will match "Goldsmith" and "Smith"