Contact one of our advisors now Call 0800 088 6004

Conveyancing Team Finalists In National Awards

They say “better late than never” and in that spirit, we finally bring you more coverage of the Law Society Awards, having prised the photos from the hands of the organisers.

A number of weeks ago, the Residential Conveyancing Team (and members of the Marketing Team) attended the Law Society event in London, where the cream of legal talent was recognised for excellence (not just in the delivery of legal solutions, but in terms of client service and other high standards).

L-R: Peter Elliston, White Clarke Creative; From Wilson Browne -Wayne Jenkins, Jenny Woodruff, Lauren Quinn, Sam Brett, Kevin Rogers, Nina Wilson, Vince Skiplorne, Jill Graham, Russell Hurst.

The awards showcase the first-rate work and dedication of the profession to their clients and the wider community and is one of the most important days in the legal calendar. The shortlisting for Excellence In Conveyancing Practice  was given on the basis of:
  • high levels of service
  • proven commitment to client care
  • excellent client feedback
  • measurable excellence in terms of approval/satisfaction scores in post-completion questionnaires

Jenny  Woodruff and her team attended the London event where they rubbed shoulders with global law firms, and leading regional firms (such as Wilson Browne)

We were thrilled to attend the event and proud that the Conveyanding Team has been regognised for the great work they do.  In a market that is driven by volume and tight deadlines, we still strive for client service excellence and to delight our clients. There are so many cut-price conveyancers out there, and it’s a pleasure to see that standards and service still matter and are recognised as important to people.
The shortlisting is in no small part due to the way we work so well together, as one of the largest conveyancing teams in the region. It also shows why investing in the best use of technology is so important in a fast-paced market.

Congratulations to all concerned.