Services that make a real difference
We aim to be as proactive as possible. Regular and retainer clients receive information and advice about Ministry of Justice and Solicitors Regulation Authority reforms long before they are implemented in order to help plan ahead. We assist many of our clients to implement reforms as painlessly as possible.
You don’t have to be a client to benefit from our experience. We run a series of popular seminars and Training Courses covering the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to implement best practice.
You can also subscribe free of charge to our regular e-mail updates which cover a variety of topics including quality assurance, and, at the same time, receive updates from the Solicitors Regulation Authority and, if relevant to your practice, the Legal Aid Agency.
DG Legal makes a real difference in helping firms to...
Obtain authorisation to open a law firm
Achieve Lexcel, CQS or SQM accreditation
Comply with GDPR and the Data Protection Act
Handle complaints effectively
Best respond to SRA investigations
Have a meaningful file review process
Increase numbers of clients
We understand and appreciate that each problem is potentially unique and requires analytical thought and imaginative thinking. This approach extends to our charges which are tailored to your preferences and budget. Compared to other consultants or lawyers, you will be pleasantly surprised about how modest our charges are. Any quotes which we provide are absolutely without future obligation.
Terms of Engagement
Any professional services which we provide to you will be pursuant to our terms and conditions of engagement, the current version of which will be provided at the outset of any retainer. If we enter into a contract with you and/or you become our client of our firm by electronic means (such as by e-mail or online) then you may request our internal complaints handling procedure. Our e-mail address which you may contact in this regard is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whilst undertaking work for our clients, we may have access to materials in any medium that contain, refer to or relate to confidential information of our clients. In a limited sense there may be occasions where we are instructed to process personal data on behalf of our clients (such as an instruction to review casefiles for compliance). As part of our acceptance of those instructions, we provide specific privacy notices and undertakings in respect of such data.