Redbrick Solutions sponsor the SLC Annual Conveyancing Conference

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11 November 2013


Redbrick Solutions is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the 2013 SLC Annual Conveyancing Conference.

Now in its third year, the event will take place on 20th November at the Riverside Centre in Derby.  It will once again be hosted by broadcaster and financial journalist, Paul Lewis, who also presents the BBC’s Money Box Programme on Radio 4.

The day will provide members of the conveyancing profession with a packed agenda, including subjects such as; the current state of play in the mortgage market and lenders’ panels.  A number of key industry figures will be speaking at the event including CEO of the CLC, Sheila Kumar and representatives from the Law Society and the Land Registry.

Redbrick Solutions Managing Director, Martin Macduff said, ‘as a leading supplier of legal case management and financial solutions we are delighted to be supporting the SLC Conveyancing Conference.  The day promises lively and topical discussions on a range of subjects and we look forward to welcoming delegates to the event’

Redbrick Solutions revolutionary product, Redbrick Practice Management, is provided to several hundred law firms all over England and Wales. It is unique in that it operates a pay per transaction business model, there is no large initial investment or annual license fee.

The SLC Conveyancing Conference is open to delegates from across the wider conveyancing profession and is free to SLC members.  For non SLC members there will be a charge of £100 per person (refundable for those who join the SLC either as full or associate members at the event). Membership of the SLC is open to all legal professionals not just Licensed Conveyancers. Six CPD points will be available for every attendee.

Redbrick Solutions have been selected by the SLC as their recommended provider to all members. Redbrick Solutions clients can benefit from a 25% discount off the booking fees, regardless of their regulator.  For further information, please visit www.redbricksolutions.co.uk or call 0845 166 2629.



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