OneSearch Direct to exhibit at LAW2016 roadshow

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1 March 2016


OneSearch200OneSearch Direct are delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s LAW2016 roadshow, organised by the SOLICITORS group.

Kicking off the first of the two annual London events, LAW London is now in its tenth year and will take place at the Kensington Town Hall. OneSearch Direct will be taking part on Wednesday 2nd March, as part of the Residential Property day.

Admission to the exhibition is free of charge, and delegates will network with over 1,500 legal professionals from across London and the South East.

Richard Garland, regional manager, OneSearch Direct, comments:

“This highly popular event is sure to benefit everyone in the legal profession, and we’re thrilled to be taking part. Kensington Town Hall is the perfect venue to meet with peers and discuss industry issues, and we’re especially looking forward to providing a sneak preview of our latest projects.

“We will be exhibiting at Stand 14, so please come along and have a chat!”

Can’t make the conference?

OneSearch Direct would still love the opportunity to discuss the various ways they can assist you and your firm. Please get in touch with their Service Introduction Team on 01782 433270.

For details of all OneSearch events, click here.

To find out more about OneSearch Direct, visit www.onesearchdirect.co.uk or call 0800 052 0117.



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