tmgroup’s Ben Harris to be judge at Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2016

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20 April 2016

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Ben Harris, sales and marketing director at tmgroup

Ben Harris, sales and marketing director at leading property data & service provider tmgroup, has been announced as a judge at the first annual Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2016.

These new awards will recognise those taking the lead in innovating to find unique solutions for their businesses and clients, those who have achieved successes as teams or individuals, and those championing client care.

tmgroup are sponsoring the Innovation of the Year Award where the judges will be looking for innovative projects or products that have either transformed a key element of a department’s culture or performance; or where a firm has broken new ground in the delivery of services to clients.

Ben Harris, sales & marketing director at tmgroup said:

“I’m very much looking forward to seeing the entries and am really pleased to have been asked to join the esteemed panel for the launch of the awards. Innovation in the conveyancing sector is something that is close to our heart at tmgroup as the sector continues to streamline systems and processes to improve the way the property transactions are managed.”

The winners will be chosen by an esteemed judging panel, who have been selected based on their knowledge and experience of the industry. Chairing the panel is Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner at Goldsmith Williams and Chair of the Conveyancing Association.


  • Ben Harris, Sales & Marketing Director, tmgroup
  • Jonathan Smithers, President of the Law Society
  • Sheila Kumar, Chief Executive, CLC
  • Simon Law, Chairman, SLC
  • Heather Cameron, Editor, Todays Conveyancer
  • Rob Hailstone, Founder, Bold Legal Group
  • Andrew Stenning, MD, Searches UK
  • Graham Farrant, Chief Executive, The Land Registry

Awards to be held on Thurs 14 July, The Rum Warehouse, Liverpool.

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Applications close on Friday 22 April.

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