Lexcel is the Law Society’s international practice management standard. It is a scheme for any type of practice to certify that certain standards have been met following independent assessment. The Lexcel practice management standard is only awarded to Solicitors who meet the highest management and customer care standards. Lexcel accredited practices undergo rigorous independent assessment every year to ensure they meet required standards of excellence in areas such as client care, case management and risk management.
The Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.
PIBA is the specialist bar association for barristers who practise in the field of personal injuries. The aims of PIBA are to provide a forum for discussion on matters of common concern and interest to its members; to ascertain and represent the views of members on matters affecting their professional interests; and to further the study, understanding and development of the law relating to personal injuries.
Kent Acquired Brain Injury Forum is a group of brain injury survivors, carers, front-line professionals and policy makers who wish to advance issues concerning acquired brain injury across Kent.
The International Bar Association (IBA), established in 1947, is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. It has a membership of 30,000 individual Lawyers and more than 195 bar associations and law societies spanning all continents. It has considerable expertise in providing assistance to the global legal community.
The Federation of Tax Advisors is a professional membership body for agents and advisers who provide compliance and planning services to entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals, business-owners and SME management teams. The FTA is the leading tax focused body that services the SME sector.