WE ARE LEE'S COMPLIANCE
Lee’s Compliance was established in 2004 and is owned and managed by Admitted Attorney, Alison Lee. We offer clients a full suite of compliance services and solutions that will assist companies – large and small – with all their regulatory and compliance related needs, requirements and tasks. Lee’s Compliance also facilitates training in the form of interactive on-site workshops or e-learning training solutions. Lee’s Compliance is situated in Berario, Johannesburg and is complemented by two Attorneys and three administrative assistants.
We have had the privilege of providing services to both the public as well as private clients including multinationals and family owned businesses. Notwithstanding the size of the client, we pride ourselves on forging not only a professional but also a personal relationship with the client which relationships have stood the test of time and which clients we are proud to say have used our services and legal counsel over long periods of time.
We strive to maintain the highest standards while exceeding client’s expectations at all levels. We not only honour commitments, but are known for meeting tough deadlines while delivering nothing but the best. We aim to create a responsive client relationship that allows us to meet and even exceed the goals of each of our projects.
ABOUT ALISON LEE
Alison Lee is an Admitted Attorney and member of the South African Law Society. She practices under a fidelity certificate for the law firm Lee’s Attorneys.
In addition to owning and managing Lee’s Compliance, Alison is a well-known and respected lecturer and facilitator of customised legal courses, who trains lawyers and business people on the laws which apply to their operations.
More recently Alison has developed an on line compliance and document management software product known as the LEGALTEAM.
Alison also holds the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Corporate Counsel Association of South Africa, (CCASA) an association representing the in-house and corporate counsel profession in South Africa, a position she has held since October 2004.