SearchFlow announces ‘Lean Conveyancing and Compliance’ seminars: registration open now

Print This Post

11 August 2014


 

Manchester: 3 September seminar

SearchFlow has announced a series of free CPD seminars entitled ‘Lean Conveyancing and Compliance’.

The 10-seminar programme running throughout England and Wales will be led by experts from Landmark, Legal Eye and 360 Legal Group.

Delegates will benefit from industry insights and best practice in managing legal firms and increasing profitability through leaner, more efficient conveyancing operations, whilst remaining compliant.

The seminar programme will run throughout September and October in locations including London, Birmingham, Exeter, Newcastle, Norwich and Cardiff. The three-hour seminars offer attendees three CPD points; for those unable to attend, one-hour complimentary webinars will be available online at various times to offer more flexibility. Each webinar is worth one CPD point.

“Although the property market appears to be recovering, the challenges that conveyancers face to maximise efficiencies are prevalent,” comments John Pickford, managing director of SearchFlow. “Making lawyers’ lives easier is at the heart of SearchFlow’s proposition. These seminars are designed to help conveyancers take steps to remain competitive, compliant and risk free. For some firms these seminars might require a considerable mind-shift in the way they conduct business, becoming more efficient and productive, ultimately transforming client service.”

Viv Williams, chief executive at 360 Legal Group and seminar presenter, concludes: “We’re excited to be partnering with SearchFlow on this series of seminars. We share their commitment to educating the market and providing practical advice to help firms run in the most efficient and profitable way.”

The seminars will be:

  • 2 September – Central London
  • 3 September – Manchester
  • 11 September – Leeds
  • 25 September – Exeter
  • 30 September – Newcastle
  • 7 October – Birmingham
  • 8 October – Cardiff
  • 14 October – Norwich
  • 15 October – Bournemouth
  • 16 October – Central London 2

To register for the free seminar or webinar, click here.



Associate News is provided by Legal Futures Associates.
Find out about becoming an Associate



Leave a comment

* Denotes required field

All comments will be moderated before posting. Please see our Terms and Conditions

Legal Futures Blog

How best to achieve independent regulation under the Legal Services Act?

Craig Wakeford LSB

Independent regulation gives confidence to consumers, providers, investors and society as a whole that legal services work in the public interest and support the rule of law. The Legal Services Act 2007 does not require all approved regulators to be structurally separate from representative bodies. Instead, the Legal Services Board is required by the Act to produce internal governance rules (IGR) which apply the principle of regulatory independence in legal service regulation. We are currently running a consultation on the IGR which continues until 9 February.

January 19th, 2018