CPD training – seven ways to increase profit from residential conveyancing

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20 August 2014


Find out how to improve profitability of your conveyancing work

Following on from the hugely successful launch of these CPD seminars, ETSOS, the country’s leading provider of conveyancing and business development tools, and fee improvement specialists Legal Mentors are delighted to take the course to the Midlands, South Wales and the South West of England, targeting partners, department heads and solicitors involved in residential conveyancing.

The course qualifies for 3 hours CPD and shows you how your firm can improve the profitability of your conveyancing work and attract more instructions:

  • how to design a process for handling enquiries to improve conversion rates
  • how to improve client satisfaction in conveyancing
  • how to attract conveyancing work on better margins
  • how and when it is quite legitimate to charge more based on the circumstances of the client

To book your place on this half-day course click below on the relevant venue. Please direct queries to David Opie at ETSOS on 01524 220001.

Cardiff: 23rd September, Millennium Stadium, CF10 1NS

Birmingham: 24th September, Egbaston Cricket Club, B5 7QU

Bristol: 30th September, Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel, BS1 6SQ

Exeter: 1st October, Exeter Court Hotel, EX6 7UX

See more at https://www.legalfutures.co.uk/associate-events

 

 



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