How would you like to be crowned ‘The Conveyancer of the Year 2011’?

How would you like to be crowned ‘The Conveyancer of the Year 2011’?

In association with both the Sunday Times and the Times, The Estate Agency of the Year Awards are the longest running and most sought after awards within the sector.  The organiser Estate Agency Events have announced two new categories for ‘Conveyancer of the Year’.
In a bid to endorse and celebrate ‘best practice’ within leading UK conveyancing firms, the awards will reward high standards, exceptional performance and hard work and crown one firm as ‘Conveyancer of the Year 2011’.
Gaining a considerable advantage when it comes to marketing the winning firms will be able to display a winners medal on marketing materials, will receive “a toolkit of professionally designed advertisements” and further advantages that will promote their success enabling winners to gain more business.
There are two initial categories: Best Small Conveyancer (15 or fewer fee earners) and also Best Large Conveyancer (more than 15 fee earners). Each winner will then enter a further round of judging before the Conveyancer of the Year 2011 is announced.
To enter you will need to register, following which you will be required to complete a simple questionnaire, returning it together with supporting documentation by no later than 28th September 2011.  Once your entry has been received you will receive a telephone call from one of the judges, a conveyancing expert working under the supervision of the Chairman of Judges, The Property Ombudsman.
The winners will be announced at the Estate Agency of the Year Awards lunch, attended by the cream of the property profession, on December 8th at the Lancaster, London.
Readers of Today’s Conveyancer can receive a discount of £50.00 on the entry fee by quoting the reference todayconvey when you register online at the Estate Agency Events website.
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