The Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Conference
Modern Law is excited to announce the return of the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Conference on the 8th of March at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.
Embracing the business of law has never applied more to those operating in the conveyancing market, who have emerged from the darkness of the recession with a new sense of determination. Firms continue to experience an upturn in work and many now are focussing on cementing watertight business strategies that are capable of withstanding any future challenges. The challenge now though, is to do this whilst maintaining a high level of commitment to client care.
Conveyancing is a unique area of the legal profession. While a person hopes to never require the services of criminal lawyer or a claimant solicitor, many people aspire to ultimately buy their dream home, and conveyancers are an essential part of that process. Therefore, conveyancing is often the first experience a client has with the legal sector, and in order to help their client understand the property-buying process, conveyancers must understand the changes and challenges that are facing their market.
The Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Conference provides the biggest opportunity of the year to do this. The range of expert speakers, from numerous firms, to the associations that regulate them, and to the government, will discuss how to optimise the management and future-proofing of your firm and provide the best possible service to your clients. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to network with licensed conveyancers and senior solicitors, and is set to be an unmissable event on the 2017 conveyancing calendar.
The event will be chaired by Tony Piccirillo, founding partner of award winning AVRillo, and Chris Harris, a leading entrepreneur in the market for conveyancing with both Lawyer Checker and Today’s Conveyancer in this fold.
In launching the conference to delegates, Tony explained: “Whether the market is rising or falling, it’s always useful to attend the Modern Law Conveyancing Conference to network with others and learn from best practice.”
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