Best young conveyancer award

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9 March 2015


Basic CMYKOn Thursday 17 September 2015 the LFS awards is taking place at the new venue MK Stadium, Milton Keynes where CLS are once again proudly sponsoring the Best Young Conveyancer Award 2015.

CLS recognises that the future of the conveyancing industry is driven by new blood coming into the marketplace and are keen to support and encourage the new conveyancers excelling in their field. The entries for this award close at the end of the month so please put forward a shining star in your firm that deserves recognition before the 27 March 2015.

Last year saw Emily Eldridge from Conveyancing Direct pick up this prestigious award with Eddie Goldsmith sharing his delight of this well-deserved winner.

“I am delighted that the award for young conveyancer has been awarded to Emily Eldridge. Emily is a true professional who understands the importance of managing not only the client’s expectations but also those of all third parties.  Whilst she impressed me with her commitment and obvious passion for her job I was also impressed that she was able to inject a little humour into her application- fun and a good sense of humour is an important ingredient and a useful pressure gauge release in what can often be a stressful and very demanding job. I am sure Emily will go far in her chosen profession”

How to Enter?

It couldn’t be simpler to enter the Best Young Conveyancer Award:

  1. Applicants (under 30 yrs. old) will be asked to submit a CV and letter stating why they should be considered by the 27 March 2015.
  1. The conveyancing partner from their firm will then be asked to provide a reference on why they should be considered for this award.
  1. The shortlisted applicants will then undertake a telephone conference call with our judges who will decide on the winner.

…All for just £99+ VAT! Click here to enter the Best Young Conveyancer Award.

Past years winners

2012 | Emma Alsop – Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors

2013 | Lindsey Frith – Ramsdens Solicitors

2014 | Emily Eldridge – Conveyancing Direct

2015 | …It could be you!

 

Good luck!

 



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