Quill has forged close working relationships with the following third parties to offer you a wider range of support, products and consultancy expertise:-
Formed by Rob Hailstone, an ex-residential property conveyancer, in 2010, Bold Legal Group offers law firms 'an extra pair of eyes' to make sure they're up-to-date with changes introduced by the likes of the Legal Services Act and SRA Handbook. By doing so, legal practices are kept informed about the way industry issues may impact the way they work, advise their clients and manage their business.
Enderley Consulting offers law firm consultancy, legal management and compliance services.
Are you setting up a new firm and daunted by the authorisation process; looking for a simple, yet effective, proven compliance system at a reasonable fixed cost; concerned that you're not complying with the profession’s rules; looking to sell your practice, merge or have partnership issues; seeking accreditation or want to retain it; have a significant regulatory problem and need help sorting it out; want innovative and accessible regulatory training for your team? If so, Enderley Consulting can help!
The Institute of Chartered Accountants aims to provide members with knowledge and guidance based on the highest ethical and technical standards. They shape opinion, understanding and delivery to ensure the highest standards in business and in the public interest.
Institute of Legal Finance & Management is the successor name of the Institute of Legal Cashiers and Administrators which was founded in 1978 by a small group of cashiers working in practices who believed there was a need to establish and maintain standards for all accounts professionals, hence the motto Diligentia, Vigilantia which means Diligence and Vigilance.
The Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is edited by Nick Holmes and Delia Venables, published bi-monthly, showing lawyers how to make the most of the legal internet – how it presents the law, how it widens access to the law, legal aspects of e-commerce and websites, how lawyers use the internet to market themselves and to sell legal services online and related IT issues.