Man, Oman!

May 22, 2012

Sultanate office among sweep of Lexcel awards for Trowers

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Smiles all round at Trowers and Hamlins this week after the firm was awarded the Law Society’s gold star – the Lexcel practice management standard – for not one, not two, but all of its international offices.

Not only that, but Trowers is the first firm to gain the award in the Middle East since Lexcel became internationally available back in 2010.

With the company mantra ‘lawyers exist to serve their clients – not vice versa’ it’s little wonder that Trowers were keen to achieve the mark. Senior Partner Jonathan Adlington commented:

‘We are proud to be the first firm to gain the Lexcel accreditation in the Middle East. It shows our clients and staff that we are managing the practice efficiently and have their best interests at heart. Being Lexcel accredited demonstrates our commitment to client care and best practice.’ 

It’s not been an easy ride – in order to win the coveted Law Society seal of approval the firm had to undergo rigorous independent assessment to ensure they meet required standards of excellence. (All of which is admirably documented by the Law Society here.)

Trowers has offices in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Cairo, Dubai and Oman, opening in the Sultanate as far back as 1980, a time perhaps best known for the charting of ‘Funkytown’ by Minnesota-based disco outfit Lipps Inc.

If you fancy being part of a quality team, why not see who Trowers are recruiting on Professionals in Law? KM



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