They are authorised and regulated by Solicitors Regulation Authority. Their Lawyers are happy to assist you with legal inquiries you may have in both private and commercial matters.
Before the digital era, lawyers carried out tasks such as legal research and letter writing manually. Then came the introduction of Web 1.0 which was developed for companies who hired IT experts to produce read-only versions of documents for others to gain information and there was no individual interaction.
This was followed by the Web 2.0 digital era which was more user-friendly and much more affordable. Individuals could read and write, connect, and share content using the internet and by email, texts, social media, and electronic search tools were introduced to make the client experience faster and smoother.
We are now preparing to enter the Web 3.0 digital era which will have smarter applications using Blockchain Technology and the Metaverse. The Web 0.3 experience is likely to be based on the analysis of individual behaviors and the focus will most likely be on user-generated information.
Changes since the pandemic
The last few years have brought about fundamental changes in the way people work and technology has been liberating for many sectors for the foreseeable future. In today's society, when everything is becoming more accessible remotely and flexible work is becoming the new norm, legal firms have been slower to adapt to the changes than other sectors. Workplaces worldwide are relying more heavily on technology and existing law firms also need to embrace change as the next generation of legal professionals enter the profession.
Ajames solicitors believe in modernising and improving their firm's accessibility by prioritising the client experience, introducing alternative fee arrangements and by adopting modern technology as a means of communication to continue to build sound firm-client relationships using both in-person and digital experiences. They offer fair and transparent prices with no hidden fees or extra charges. Ajames solicitors provide its clients with various funding options to meet their needs, keeping in mind the client's financial status, urgency, and necessity. They also encourage an open communication culture, so the client and the experts are comfortable and clear about the final results.
Alexander James Solicitors provides various legal services to their clients. Some of them are listed below:
• Commercial and Contractual Disputes
• Professional Negligence
• Alternative Dispute Resolution
• Personal Injury
• Business Immigration Services
• Immigration Services
• Family dispute resolution
Visit their website for more services and information, or contact them at - 0161 791 6666/07729461166 for any legal services or queries, or send a message with your enquiry using the link below and a member of the team will contact you:
About The Firm:
Alexander James Solicitors is a Law firm in Manchester. It was founded in 2017 by Claire Lines, and Nadeem Malik, who are passionate about their practice areas. Sebina Noreen Malik joined the practice in 2020 and has been a valuable asset to the firm. The team at Alexander James Solicitors provides in-depth expertise and a wealth of experience in dealing with a variety of complex legal matters, which are explained in the website's 'Our Services' section. Alexander James Solicitors is a trading name of Lines Solicitors Limited, Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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