Member Case Study
Legal Eye awards first Quality Standard to CILEX regulated professional
Legal Eye, a subsidiary of ULS Technology announced that East Devon Law, the practice of Chartered Legal Executive Ian Hunt, was the first CILEX regulated lawyer to achieve the Legal Eye Quality Standard (LEQS).
The Legal Eye Quality Standard is the only assessment scheme which spans the three legal regulators i.e. the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), Council of Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) and Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX).
Ian Hunt has over 24 years’ experience as a qualified Private Client Lawyer and is a long standing full member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and an accredited full member Solicitors for the Elderly holding the SFE Older Care in Practice Award. East Devon Law is one of only 24 legal firms in the UK with full membership of the Equity Release Council.
Paul Saunders, Managing Director of Legal Eye says “We are delighted for East Devon Law to be awarded the Legal Eye Quality Standard. We work in an environment where lenders, professionals and clients fully recognise accreditations which demonstrate quality and it is great to see a professional from the CILEX regulatory body.”
Ian Hunt, Principal of East Devon Law says “Quality standards are crucial to the future success of East Devon Law and the high quality service we offer our clients. I am very proud of my team and also to be able to update our website and literature with the LEQS logo with the certificate proudly displayed in our office alongside our other accreditations.”
Victoria Hurdley, CILEX Director of Development says “I congratulate East Devon Law on becoming the first Chartered Legal Executive led practice to be awarded the Legal Eye Quality Standard Achievement. This award not only recognises all of the hard work of Ian Hunt and his colleagues but, also, exemplifies the professional conduct, innovation and dedication to the delivery of consistent, quality assured, legal services of CILEX members across England & Wales”.
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