What is allowed and not?

ReviewSolicitors is pleased to provide a legal review platform for you to share your opinions on law firms you have used. While we appreciate your time and comments, we limit you to one review per year, per law firm, and reserve the right to remove reviews that include any of the following (this is a guide, not an exhustive list):

Objectionable material:

  • Obscene or distasteful content
  • Profanity or spiteful remarks
  • Promotion of illegal or immoral conduct

Promotional content:

  • Advertisements, promotional material or repeated posts that make the same point excessively
  • Reviews by employees of the law firm
  • Sentiments by or on behalf of a person or company with a financial interest in the law firm or a directly competing law firm
  • Reviews written for any form of compensation. This includes reviews that are a part of a paid publicity package or a competition (unless by ReviewSolicitors)
  • For more information on what we consider promotional content, please see our Frequently Asked Questions (link)

Inappropriate content:

  • Other people's material (this includes excessive quoting)
  • Phone numbers, postal mailing addresses, and URLs external to ReviewSolicitors
  • Comments on other reviews visible on the page (because page visibility is subject to change without notice)
  • Foreign language content (unless there is a clear connection to the law firm)

Client reviews should be relevant to the law firm in question. In 95% of cases you will be the client of a law firm that you are leaving the review for but in some cases you will not. We allow you to leave a review if you have genuinely interacted and were, at the time, considering using the law firm you have reviewed e.g. You called to make an initial meeting but later decided not to become a client of the firm because you did not find that initial meeting helpful or did not agree with the fees being charged. In these types of cases you are welcome to leave a review about the law firm and the experience you had with them.

We also allow non-clients to write a review about the law firm they have used if they are writing on behalf of a client and have their permission to do so. An example of this would be a daughter writing on behalf of her elderly father who has given his permission for the daughter to write the review on his behalf. Another example where we allow non-clients to leave a review would be in probate cases where the original client is deceased and its the family who are going through probate, and in essence interacting with the law firm.

If you are unsure of whether or not you can leave a review then the best course of action is to email us at info@reviewsolicitors.com and ask us the question before leaving your review.

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