Who gets your vote for Conveyancer of the Year?

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31 March 2015

PSG No1Is there that one conveyancer who makes you sigh in relief when you find out they are acting for the other side? A colleague in the industry that you just know will make your life easier when working on the same transaction? How do you acknowledge the work of fellow conveyancers who go that extra mile to ensure the success of a property transfer?

The Conveyancers Conveyancer of The Year Award gives you the opportunity to do just that, a chance to reward your professional colleagues in the conveyancing industry.

The newly introduced award which will be presented at the annual LFS conference in September is sponsored by PSG and allows you to nominate other firms that you believe deserve recognition for excellence in their field.

Stephen Murray, director at PSG said “It is great to be able to sponsor an award that not only recognises excellence but also allows individuals working in the sector to show their appreciation for their industry peers”.

Richard Matthias from LFS added “We are all too used to conveyancers criticising the lawyer on the other side. Now we have an opportunity to do the exact opposite. Hopefully this will encourage a more collaborative approach and foster better relations that will be great for everyone in the home moving process”

From now until the 31 July 2015, voting is open and you have the chance to nominate up to three different firms. In return, why not encourage them to vote for you! The firm with the most unique votes will be crowned the winner at the Gala Dinner after the main conference, it’s as simple as that.

We are also giving you an extra incentive to cast your vote. All nominated firms will automatically entered in to a prize draw for the chance to win two free tickets to the event, overnight accommodation and an iPad mini.

To enter and to give the thumbs up to your chosen nominees, simply visit the LFS Conference Award Page and submit the form.

Over the last 7 years, the LFS Conference and Awards ceremony has become one of the most anticipated events in the conveyancing calendar.   The event combines an informative day with lively debate on current topics with an entertaining and fun packed evening celebrating success across our industry. This year the event moves to the MK Stadium in Milton Keynes and will be held on 17 September.

We are delighted to continue our involvement with this event and would like to wish all nominees the very best of luck.


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