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Posted by familylaw on 23rd February 2012

The Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) has recently been granted the accolade of a Royal Charter, which affirms the quality and integrity of the Legal Executive qualification and the important role its members play in the provision of legal services.

Chartered Legal Executive lawyers have a similar role to that of a solicitor but specialise in a particular area of law. At Hartnell Chanot all our Legal Executives specialise in family law.

The award of Chartered Status is recognition of the Institute’s high standards of ethical conduct, efficiency and training. Members of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives will continue to be regulated by the respected ILEX Professional Standards (IPS).

Rachel Buckley, Director at Hartnell Chanot & Partners, said: “We are pleased to see the Institute receive this accolade. Our Chartered Legal Executives are extremely skilled and professional lawyers who work hard for our family law clients. It is great to see them receive the recognition they deserve for their qualification and expertise.”

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