Why lawyers who fall foul of the legal watchdog should be named – The Guardian

Posted January 25th, 2011 in complaints, legal ombudsman, legal profession, news, public interest by sally

“Complaints are the legal profession’s achilles heel. It was the Law Society’s failure to deal properly with complaints against solicitors in the late 1990s that helped trigger the reform process that led to the Legal Services Act 2007 – and a key element of the act is the new, independent Legal Ombudsman (LEO) service.”

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The Guardian, 24th January 2011

Source: www.guardian.co.uk