read the criteria
and complete the application form. You can pay by cheque or request an invoice.
This scheme allows an office or chambers to identify itself as accredited and use the APIL accreditation quality mark.
The accredited organisation must be an office open to the public, where an accredited lawyer can be consulted, and all legal work is undertaken by individuals working to recognised standards of competence.
In order for a firm to hold APIL corporate accreditation, there must be at least 1 APIL accredited
or above for every 10 PI/CN fee earners within your office. For APIL purposes, a fee earner is anyone who has their own case load. If you require more information regarding becoming individually accredited with APIL, then please see
APIL corporate accreditation is granted on an office by office basis and is valid for a period of 12 months. A renewal application form is then required at the end of your 12 months.
The current price for corporate accreditation is £270.00 plus VAT. For a full list of the criteria and benefits of holding corporate accreditation, please see below.
Accreditation is by individual office and there are four criteria for accreditation that must be satisfied in order to be granted corporate accreditation:
Accredited organisations and offices can use our official quality mark to promote their expertise in personal injury law. For full details on permissible usage please
download our quality mark guidance.
For further information please contact Holly Louisa Humphreys: 0115 943 5422 or [email protected]
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