What is Legal Audit?

A Legal Audit is an audit of legally significant facts of an entity’s or a body’s procedures and operations.

The legal audit exercise involves observation and analysis of the subject from a holistic perspective of the prevailing legal environment – applicable rules, regulations and specific laws. The results are then evaluated by an expert team which proposes required changes for rectification, followed by a client-specific Compliance Program for future legal immunity, to the maximum extent possible.

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