SLC/BLG Conference spaces filling fast

We are pleased to announce that this year’s Society of Licensed Conveyancers/Bold Legal Group Conference and Dinner, will be held on Wednesday 23rd November once again at the Riverside Centre in Derby.

We are delighted that the following speakers have already confirmed that they will present at the event:

  • Neil Buckley  – CEO of the Legal Services Board
  • Graham Farrant – CEO at the Land Registry
  • Dame Janet Paraskeva (Chair) and Sheila Kumar (CEO) from the CLC
  • June Deasy – Head of Policy at the Council of Mortgage Lenders
  • Emma Vigus – Director of PI Insurance at Howden Group
  • Hannah Mackinlay –

The conference dinner has grown so much in popularity that we have had to move to a new venue to accommodate the growing number of attendees. This year it will be held at the iPro Stadium (home of Derby County FC) in the evening following the conference.

Simon Law the Chairman of the SLC said: “We are looking for a lot of interaction between the speakers and delegates this year as the world of conveyancing gets ever more complex. As the SLC has continued to grow in numbers and influence, we are delighted once again to be working with the Bold Legal Group whose outreach in the profession also continues to grow.”

Rob Hailstone, founder of BLG commented: “The Conference provides a great opportunity not just for the excellent and varied agenda on offer, but also to network with members and fellow professionals. I am really pleased that the BLG will team up with the SLC once again this year in the only event in the Conference calendar organised by conveyancers for conveyancers.”

To book a space or for more information please e-mail [email protected] or call 08714 237193.

The events are open to all legal professionals and offer an opportunity to ensure that CPD commitments for the current year are being met in timely fashion.

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