The firm first attained the national Law Society’s Lexcel management quality mark in 2010. Less than one in ten law firms currently hold the accreditation.

Joint senior partner Richard Thornton said his firm had received the accolade for delivering a consistent, high standard of service to its clients and for being able to demonstrate a commitment to quality business management.

He said: “For a law firm to gain – and then to retain – Lexcel accreditation as we have done, it must undergo a rigorous initial – and then annual – application and assessment process. This includes conducting careful checks and an on-site visit from a Lexcel assessor.”

The scheme is developed specifically for the legal profession. It is an optional, recognised accreditation scheme which gives assurance that a practice meets high standards of client care and business management.

“This is a fitting tribute to all the staff here who have worked so hard towards maintaining the highest standards” said Mr Thornton.

“There is a lot of choice in the legal services market, but by maintaining this accreditation we’ve demonstrated again our deep-seated commitment to the highest standards of client care, staff development and best practice.”

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