8 days till the British Conveyancing Awards!

8 days till the British Conveyancing Awards!

There’s only 8 days until the very first British Conveyancing Awards, a time when we can all come together to recognise the herculean efforts of the sector over the past 14 months.

The shortlist for the ceremony, and that registrations were now open to book your seat.

Just because the awards are taking to the virtual stage this year, doesn’t mean we can’t don our best bib and tucker and embrace the glitz and glamour of an awards ceremony. Whether it’s having a socially distanced party in the office, or taking part from home alongside your family, everyone can get involved.

David Opie, Director at Today’s Media, said:

“We encourage you to send us your pictures and tweets dressed to impress within your homes and offices, with snaps of your favourite tipple whether that be a cup of tea in your favourite mug, glass of something fizzy or even your favourite cocktail concoction that has got you through lockdown.”

You can submit your pictures using LinkedIn and Twitter using #BCAwards2021

What can we expect on the day

Our host multi-award winning journalist and broadcaster; Samira Ahmed will be live to start the ceremony from 3.50pm until 5pm with our virtual champagne reception sponsored by Simplify taking place at 3.30pm.

You’ll also hear from the headline sponsor Lawyer Checker, before Samira leads the celebrations and begins announcing the winners of the awards.

Everyone at Today’s Conveyancer wants to take this opportunity to wish all those who have been shortlisted the best of luck, and we look forward to seeing you all virtually on the 25th May 2021.

Register for your virtual seat here.

Get involved in the conversation #BCAwards2021.

Jennifer van Deursen

Jen is the Senior Media Officer for Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate  and Today’s Family Lawyer.

Having gained a degree in Multimedia Computing, Jen fell into a content role after successfully applying for a job at Cheshire Police. During her 6-year service, she took on the role as personal Press Officer under the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire and worked in the busy press office for the force.

Jen has experience in the marketing and communication sphere, which stems from her time in the public sector, private care sector and now here at the Practical Vision Network, where she can utilise her skills and challenge herself further.

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