HC Solicitors renew quality accreditation

Local law firm, hc solicitors LLP, has received confirmation that it has been successfully reaccredited for both Lexcel, the Law Society’s quality mark and Investors in People, the leading people management benchmark.

hc solicitors, who celebrate their 75th anniversary this year, first obtained the Lexcel quality mark in 2006 and have been successfully reassessed every year since. The Lexcel standard pays particular attention to the cornerstones of a good legal service – client care, case management and risk management. hc were assessed by experienced assessor, John Wooddissee, who commented in his report that hc solicitors was a ‘well run and well managed Practice …’ and should be ‘commended for continuing to maintain a high level of compliance against the Standard.’

Mr Wooddissee also carried out the assessment of the practice against the Investors in People standard which hc has held since 1997, being successfully reassessed every 3 years. He commented in his report ‘… despite ever increasing competition within the legal profession, hc solicitors LLP continues to comfortably maintain the high standards necessary to be recognised as an Investor in People.

Lynne Ayres, hc’s Managing Director, added: ‘We’re delighted to have been successfully reaccredited for both awards. At hc we aim to deliver the best possible service to our clients, both individuals and companies, and we feel that the effort put into maintaining these accreditations is well worth it, as it ensures that our business is run to the highest standards.”

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