Our Professional Accreditations
Jefferies Solicitors has grown organically since 1993 when Michael Jefferies first set up his law firm. We have over 50 members of staff working in our Altrincham-based head office and have recently established Limited company status.
We now have over two decades of experience working with a broad range of clients with various different cases. Our company continues to flourish in a way that is reflected in our clients’ success.
We have been formally accredited by a number of important legal bodies, including The Law Society and APIL. In addition, our director Nina Ramsden and senior solicitor Kathryn Harland are both APIL senior litigators.
Personal Injury Awards
in November 2020, our director Nina Ramsden was a finalist in the category of Catastrophic Injury Lawyer of the Year, and our catastrophic injury team were finalists in Catastrophic Injury Team of the Year at the Personal Injury Awards
In November 2019, trainee solicitor Joshua Morton won the award for Young Achiever of the Year at the Personal Injury Awards, while Crystal Collins was a finalist in the category of Lawyer of the Year.
Manchester Legal Awards
In June 2021, trainee solicitor Michelle Csincsi was a finalist at the Manchester Legal Awards. The Manchester Legal Awards, recognise and reward the wide range of skills and talent across the region.
Modern Claims Awards
As a result of the firm’s positive working culture, understanding approach and commitment to the Jefferies team, we were shortlisted for the award of Employer of the Year at the Modern Claims Awards 2017. The event, hosted by the Modern Claims magazine, celebrates the success and talent of members of the personal injury industry.
Best Companies Sunday Times List and Accreditation Survey
Part of the ethos of Jefferies Solicitors is to take care of the people who work here.
Jefferies Solicitors has been awarded a: ‘One to Watch’ status by Best Companies
Accreditations from ‘Best Companies’ are the standard for today’s workplace engagement.
To achieve ‘Ones to Watch’ status, a Best Company Index (BCI) score of at least 600 is required in order to reflect ‘good’ levels of workplace engagement. In its first review, Jefferies Solicitors scored a BCI of 632.5.
This means we have “good” levels of engagement. This is a special status awarded to organisations where workplace engagement shows promising signs for the future. This is a fantastic achievement.
All employees were invited to take part in the survey which covered far-reaching topics like community work in the local area, and employee wellbeing.
Managing Director, Michael Jefferies said
“I am delighted that Jefferies has been given a rating of “One to Watch” in the Best Companies 2021. There’s also some great feedback on how we can improve to make things even better!”
In 2011, we entered the Sunday Times survey and received star status after votes were cast by our own staff members. The feedback from staff covered far-reaching topics like community work in the local area and the part the firm plays in being responsible for the environment.