PSG comment on the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
With the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards now just weeks away, the eagerly anticipated awards shortlist has been announced and features some of the biggest names in the business. PSG are pleased to support this years’ event as sponsor of the Conveyancer of the Year Award.
Following on from the success of The Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards – now well established as one of the most exclusive events in the legal calendar – the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards were created in 2016 to celebrate talent, success and innovation in conveyancing, and this year the event promises to be even bigger and better.
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.
The winners will be chosen by an esteemed and experienced Judging Panel, which will be chaired by Bold Legal Group founder Rob Hailstone and features our very own Business Development Director Stephen Murray. Stephen commented, “It was an honour and a privilege to be asked to join the Judging Panel for this year’s Conveyancing Awards amongst some of the most respected names in the business. Whilst it means that we were unable to put ourselves forward in any of the categories, one of which we were shortlisted in last year, it gives us a chance to sit back and appreciate the talent that this industry has.”
The awards will recognise those taking the lead in innovating to find unique solutions for their businesses and clients, those who have achieved successes as teams or individuals, and those championing client care.
For the full awards shortlist, please click here.
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