Robert, who is also Head of the firm's Conveyancing and Wills & Probate Departments, was chosen due to his approach to truly embracing QualitySolicitors values and for being a true leader within his firm. Not only is Robert instrumental in the firm’s commitment to best practice, he also strives to ensure the firm doesn’t rest on their laurels and develops the business.
In a recent client survey, 100% of people felt that the firm had met their overall expectations and 99% said they would instruct the firm again and recommend them to others. A spokesperson for the firm said: “Robert provides guidance, support and quick decisions, but also the freedom to be proactive and fulfil your potential”.
QualitySolicitors Bradbury Roberts & Raby is part of a network of 100 law firms across the UK, who all meet rigorous quality standards to hold membership. The QualitySolicitors ethos is based on differentiating itself within the legal profession, by offering a superior level of service and delighting its customers.
Solicitors in member firms pride themselves on having an in-depth understanding of their local marketplace, whilst being approachable and professional.
Eddie Ross, QualitySolicitors Chief Executive said:
"I am so proud to be able to present this award. The QualitySolicitors network is bound together by a commitment to putting customers first and providing expert legal advice and services in an accessible way. The standard is high but we are always looking for ways to improve still further. Robert clearly demonstrated to the judging panel that he’s going the extra mile and deserves this recognition."
Robert Taylor, Partner of QualitySolicitors Bradbury Roberts & Raby added:
I’m very honoured to have accepted this Award amongst such a prestigious group of lawyers. I firmly believe that our customers should be at the heart of everything we do and it’s only by encouraging our team to work together and identify new opportunities in all aspects of our business, that we will continue to maintain a commitment to excellence.”
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