Lexcel is the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and client care. IBP are one of just three licensed assessment bodies in the UK, with over 22 years’ experience in successfully delivering quality Lexcel assessments to hundreds of law firms and legal departments across the country.
Individuals and businesses looking for legal services can search on the Law Society’s website for Lexcel accredited practices, so it could help you to get new clients.
Becoming Lexcel accredited demonstrates your commitment to delivering the best quality service in your legal practice and assures your clients that they will receive only the highest quality care.
Lexcel is applicable to all organisations within the legal sector, providing they have at least one qualified solicitor working for them.
BECOME LEXCEL ACCREDITED WITH IBP
As a result of the 2012 review of the Lexcel Assessment Delivery Service by the Law Society, IBP was awarded one of the three Lexcel Assessment Licenses to deliver Lexcel assessments in the UK. We have now been successfully delivering quality Lexcel assessments as a licensed body and providing organisational and management training to the legal sector for over 22 years. With our Lexcel assessment services, you can improve the running of your legal practice, reduce client complaints and increase client retention. View our Lexcel Profile
Our team of qualified Lexcel assessors spans the UK working with a diverse range of clients – small, medium and large practices from both the private and public sectors, including in-house legal departments.
You can find all the information you need about Lexcel here on our website, including details about the standard itself, benefits of accreditation and the assessment process – just click on the drop down menu above to have a look through. Feel free to call us on 0800 612 3098 or drop us an email to arrange a chat with one of our team.
When you are ready to apply for your Lexcel assessment simply contact us and we’ll allocate an assessor and agree a date with you.