LFS Awards 2017 shortlist announced
We are delighted to confirm the names of the firms who have been shortlisted for this year’s LFS Conveyancing Awards.
The awards, which are sponsored by Groundsure, are widely recognised as being the most coveted in the conveyancing industry and 2017 has seen a 50% increase in the number of applications. The judges spent many hours reviewing the submissions taking into account every aspect of assessment and ensuring the process was rigorous and fair. The winners will be announced at the LFS Conveyancing Awards Dinner on 20th September 2017 at the Vox Centre, Birmingham.
The ever popular annual conference, sponsored by tmgroup, will be delivered during the day. This is THE biggest event in the conveyancing calendar and this year we have speakers specialising in Marketing, Information Technology and How to Avoid Evolving Risks. Delegates are free to choose which sessions to attend after a keynote speech by economist Justin Urquhart-Stewart. This speech will cover how Brexit will affect the housing market.
With over 20 exhibition stands from leading companies in the conveyancing world, we are certain there will be something for everyone.
David Gilroy, Director, Conscious Solutions, said: “Over the years, we have become very picky about which events we sponsor, but LFS has remained a firm favourite of ours. But why is that? For one, it’s a specialist conference and awards ceremony for conveyancers, which means that the talks are more niche and focused, and the awards concentrate on everyone in the same sector of law. During the conference, Conscious will be offering a selection of relevant talks which will help push your conveyancing firm in the right direction as you embark on the future of digital marketing, client satisfaction and brand awareness.”
To secure your tickets for the conference and the dinner visit http://www.lfsconference.co.uk/
To view the Shortlisted firms visit http://www.lfsconference.co.uk/site/enter_the_awards/shortlisted_entries_2017/
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