Institute of Legal Executives


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Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX)

the professional body that represents legal executives and aims to enhance their role and standing in the legal profession. ILEX is a leading provider of comprehensive legal education and endeavours to influence law reform.
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Lawyer Saria Bashir, |from Coventry, was presented with her Pro Bono Award by Tom Curran, chief executive of Title Research, and Nick Hanning, chairman of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives' Pro Bono Trust
Assuming she passes the exams, Claire will be qualified as a Member of the Institute of Legal Executives. She plans to continue conveyancing work, which she enjoys.
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) is the professional association that represents more than 20,000 trainee and practising chartered legal executives, offering access to a flexible career in law.
Members of the team received their award from Stephen Gowland, former president of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX), who said: "There was one stand-out family team.
She has worked in the sector for almost 20 years and is a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives.
As well as full-time courses for young people aged 16 to 19 years old in areas including access to further education, construction, engineering, computing and public services, there is the opportunity to study part-time and on evening courses including: | Chartered Institute of Personnel Development Level 3 ||CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resource Practice ||CIPD Foundation Certificate in Learning and Development Practi ||Chartered Institute of Personnel Development Level 3 || Higher National Certificate in Business Level 4 ||Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Levels 4, 5 and 6 ||Institute of Credit Management Level 3 ||Chartered Institute of Legal Executives Level 3 || Association of Accounting Technicians Levels 3
Employers may ask for qualifications such as a paralegal studies qualification from the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX), the National Association of Licensed Paralegals, or the Institute of Paralegals, or a legal secretary qualification at level 2 or level 3 from the Institute of Legal Executives.
Another option is the Institute of Legal Executives, at www.ilex.org.uk, where you can become a legal executive even if you have few qualifications.
Since professional body rule changes in 2009 allowed Fellows of the Institute of Legal Executives to become full partners in law firms.
She is currently on the committee for the North East branch of the Institute of Legal Executives.
You could also study for a recognised legal secretarial qualification, such as: Institute of Legal Executives Paralegal Programmes (ILEXPP)/City and Guilds Level 2 Certificate for Legal Secretaries; ILEXPP/City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma for Legal Secretaries; Institute of Legal Secretaries and PAs Legal Secretaries Diploma.
In particular, they play a major role in the delivery of the Institute of Legal Executives' courses.

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