Local solicitors Murray Hills have gained a hat-trick in specialist accreditations for the Lexcel, Cyber Essentials and CQS in legal practice management.
To gain and retain the accreditations, Murray Hills had to undergo a rigorous initial review before the annual application and assessment process. This includes conducting background checks and an on-site visit from an independent assessor.
Keith Murray, managing Director of Murray Hills Solicitors, said: “We are very proud to have again secured the Lexcel accreditation mark. It is the dedication of our staff to excellent client care and best practise that makes achieving Lexcel possible.”
“The accolade is awarded by the national Law Society, gaining and maintaining the same is a considerable feat, but this accreditation is not the only achievement for Murray Hills this year. We have also secured the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation (CQS) again which provides a quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.” Keith explained.
Murray Hills have also been re-accredited with Cyber Essentials which is a government backed industry supported scheme to help protect against cyber-attacks.
Murray Hills also choose a local charity to support each year and for 2019 they are raising awareness and money for the Motor Neurone Disease association (MNDa) Scarborough and Bridlington group with a fantastic raffle and charity event taking place on May 4th at the Yacht Club on South Marine Drive.