Dye & Durham is proud to be sponsoring and speaking at The Law Society’s annual National Property Law Conference, taking place this week both online and at the society’s Chancery Lane office in London.
The hybrid conference brings together residential conveyancers and commercial property practitioners from across the country to provide a comprehensive guide to market, legislative and practice changes, delivered by respected property industry experts.
Jane Pritchard, legal consultant for Dye & Durham, will discuss what’s ahead in the evolution of the digital data marketplace, and will also explain how conveyancers can adopt a transformational vision and purpose as they embrace the future of digital conveyancing. Pritchard will be speaking alongside representatives from HM Land Registry and Etive in what’s expected to be a popular session at the conference
“The Law Society’s highly anticipated National Property Law Conference is an important date in the calendar for property practitioners, and we are delighted to be taking part,” Pritchard said in advance of the event. “I am looking forward to discussing how confident delegates are in their roadmap to the future, and to offering advice on what steps can to be taken today to help build a resilient, future-proofed and digital-ready conveyancing practice.”
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