APIL accreditation is overseen by an independent Academic Quality Council, and the scheme has been running since 1999, so it is well-established, with great credentials.
Accredited members promise to keep up to date with all the latest legal developments to help deal with their cases successfully. They commit to 16 hours of training a year – if they don’t do the training, they lose their accreditation.
Many accredited members also specialise in particular types of case, such as medical negligence, injuries at the dentist, road traffic accidents, or disease caused by work. It’s really important that, when you search for a lawyer, you tell us what kind of injury you have suffered, so you can get the right lawyer working for you as quickly as possible.
Investors in People
Launched in 1991, Investors in People is the UK’s leading people management standard. It specialises in transforming business performance through people. Over a third of the UK’s workforce uses Investors in People today, and employers do so because they see a number of real business benefits.