SearchFlow – the UK’s leading provider of property conveyancing search solutions – has announced the appointment of Adam Groom as Head of Product. Having originally trained as a commercial property solicitor in 2002, Adam has since spent a majority of his career as an accomplished and professional product leader, predominantly in the telecoms and software sectors.
Search and software provider poweredbypie has announced the promotion of former channel manager, Sarah Fancourt, to the newly created role of Director of Customer Success, with overall responsibility for the 64 strong team at poweredbypie’s operations and contact centre in Barnsley, Yorkshire.
When Ai Law first started, there were three employees. The firm had a busy workload and few people to share the myriad duties during its infancy.
Teal Compliance, a leading consultancy specialising in supporting Law Firms with the rules and regulations they have to follow, and are market leaders in delivering engaging training in anti money laundering and compliance.
Join us on Wednesday 29th January at 12.00pm when we will be joined by Paula Myers, Claire-Marie Cornford and James Laycock from award winning firm Irwin Mitchell who are presenting the first Certainty Expert Webinar of 2020, titled “The signs of Contentious Probate and why a specialist is needed”.
Education has been Cambridge’s stock in trade for centuries. As the student population expands, so does the need to provide purpose built accommodation. The city has also undergone a massive planning transformation thanks to IT, science and bio-technology industries flocking to the area to access this pool of graduates.
The Corporate Receptionist of the Year (CROTY) Award is back for its second year, and Moneypenny is sponsoring and joining the judging panel.
The sweetest fundraiser of the year, the Great Legal Bake, returns from February 10-14. Organised by the London Legal Support Trust (LLST) and the Access to Justice Foundation, this national bake sale is a chance for professionals to show off their baking ability rather than courtroom skills.