LFS Reveal Awards Shortlists – Young Conveyancer of the Year
Law Firm Services have today revealed some of those shortlisted in its prestigious awards ceremony.
The awards, which are sponsored by Groundsure, are widely recognised as being the most coveted in the conveyancing industry, with judges dedicating many hours reviewing the hundreds of submissions received.
Today (18/06/18), LFS are delighted to confirm the names of those shortlisted for the Young Conveyancer of the Year:
DC Law – Sammy Jo-Bibby
Keoghs Conveyancing – Shelby Padden
PM Property Lawyers – Reece Suter
PM Property Lawyers – Sarah Thackray
Quality Solicitors Davisons – Laura Gynane
ESN Solicitors – Anisa Akhtar
John M Lewis & Co Solicitors – Lucy Hodgkinson
BP Collins – Emily Halley
GA Solicitors – Laura Emily Lofting
Hedges Law – Saima Khalid
PCS Legal – Charlotte Still
The following category shortlists have already been announced:
Best Marketing, Website and Social Media category:
Stephensons Solicitors LLP
Best Training Firm of the Year category:
Fidler & Pepper Solicitors
Martin Tolhurst Solicitors
My Home Move
Most Innovative Use of Technology category:
Cook Taylor Woodhouse
My Home Move
LFS is set to release the names of those shortlisted each week in the run up to the event, so be sure to keep an eye out – you might see your firm featured!
The winners will be announced at the LFS Conveyancing Awards Dinner on 19th September 2018 at the Vox Centre, Birmingham.
If you are looking to build knowledge and network with likeminded professionals then the LFS Conveyancing Conference which precedes the Awards Ceremony is the place to be. Be ahead of the curve; understand the obstacles which are facing the industry and be the first to find out about technological advances and opportunities which can help grow your business. Tickets are issued on a first come first served basis and are selling fast – get yours here.
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