Insight Legal becomes approved supplier by The Law Society of Scotland

Brian Welsh, CEO of Insight Legal
Brian Welsh, CEO of Insight Legal

Independent software company, Insight Legal Software has been recognised as an Approved Supplier by The Law Society of Scotland.

The Law Society of Scotland acts as the professional body for over 11,000 Scottish solicitors, with an overarching objective of leading legal excellence and serving the needs of its members and the public. As an Approved Supplier, Insight Legal will be subject to the market standards upheld by The Law Society of Scotland, which strives to ensure the provision of excellent legal services and public confidence in Scotland’s legal profession.

The news follows Insight Legal’s continued growth throughout the UK and in Scotland, having recently announced the expansion of its Glasgow office to provide the working space its team require to deliver a reputable service and exceptional support for its client base.

Insight Legal now serves 700 firms, a 30% increase year-on-year with a number of its customers based in Scotland. In order to support its Scottish client base, the company employs a dedicated local team, ranging from Sales and Software Support to Training Specialists, to assist all clients with managing legal accounts in the region.

Brian Welsh, CEO of Insight Legal and based in the Glasgow office commented: “As the Scottish legal market continues to advance, it is essential that firms are equipped with the level of technology and support needed to serve their clients effectively and with maximum value.

“Our recognition as an Approved Supplier by The Law Society of Scotland comes at an exciting time in Insight Legal’s growth and is the latest milestone in our commitment to deliver an honest, proudly independent, approachable and technologically unique service for firms in the ever-growing legal IT sector. Delivering on these core values, we look forward to continuing our support of firms in Scotland and the wider UK market with our customer-centric approach to legal software.”

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