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Canter Levin & Berg re-awarded Lexcel accreditation

We've been re-awarded our Lexcel accreditation by the Law Society following a successful annual inspection

Canter Levin & Berg are pleased to announce that, following an inspection earlier this month, we have been re-awarded the Lexcel Legal Practice Quality Mark by the Law Society for the eleventh year running.


What is Lexcel?


The Law Society Lexcel accreditation is a quality mark designed to show that a legal practice offers the highest standards of client care and practice management. By using a Lexcel accredited firm, such as Canter Levin & Berg, you can be sure you’re getting the best possible legal service from your solicitors.


Lexcel accreditation is awarded for 3 years at a time. During that time we receive an annual monitoring inspection where an independent assessor visits the firm to check that we are continuing to comply with the standard.


To reach the Lexcel standard, as a firm we have to demonstrate our commitment to protecting the confidentiality of all of our clients. We also have to show that we communicate clearly and honestly with our clients about their cases, which includes being upfront about our costs and providing them with information as their cases progress. Additionally we have to show that we deal with any complaints we receive in the proper manner and that we operate a comprehensive complaints procedure.


Choosing a Lexcel accredited Liverpool Solicitor


As Lexcel accredited Liverpool Solicitors, here at Canter Levin & Berg we can provide you with top quality legal advice on a range of issues, including employment law, family law, personal injury and road traffic accident compensation claims and criminal law.


In addition to the Lexcel standard, which applies to the whole firm, several of our solicitors have received individual accreditation from the Law Society, reflecting their expertise and that of their departments within their chosen area of law. We also hold accreditation from the Law Society for our work with personal injury law, family law and children law.

By Neil Worrall