Laird Assessors offer 20% discount on The Solicitors Group PI conference tickets

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20 February 2014


Laird Assessors are pleased to announce that they have teamed up with The SOLICITORS Group to offer you 20% discount off the cost of a 6 hour Personal Injury Conference as a valued customer of Laird Assessors.

the SOLICITORS group are leading providers of high quality, affordable CPD training for the legal profession. Their courses are constantly reviewed to ensure that they cover all of the latest changes and developments in the law. For further details of conferences running click here to visit the website.  The dates and locations we are running this offer on are:

Please note, you will be invoiced the full amount by the SOLICITORS group and you should claim your 20% discount direct from us.  Discount applies to conferences to the following LAW2014 events; Birmingham (27th Feb), London (20th March), Peterborough (2nd April), Gateshead (30th April).

We really hope this offer will be of value to you and your teams.  For more information, please contact Pippa Saunders on 0151 342 0670.



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