Will you be there? The Future of Digital Conveyancing CPD Events

Don’t miss out on your chance to join Redbrick Solutions and their fantastic speakers at the 2023 CPD events exploring the Future of Digital Conveyancing.

Redbrick Solutions, leading conveyancing case management provider, are delighted to be joined by Armalytix, CLS Property Insight, Groundsure, IQ Legal Training, LMS, and TM Group, as they provide conveyancing and property law training and discuss the future of conveyancing.

The four CPD roadshows are located across the UK in NewcastleLondonLeeds, and Birmingham, so you can choose the most convenient venue.

Throughout the jam-packed CPD events the fantastic speakers will explore an array of informative conveyancing topics, including:-

Tom Lyes, Head of Legal at Armalytix:

How best in class digital source of funds has moved away from a simple electronic bank statement to where it is today.

Tom will take a look at the importance of trends, data analysis, income verification, agile source of funds questionnaires and highlighting risk earlier that aligns with your practice wide risk assessment to make your Source of Funds checks faster for the team, more effective for the business and simpler for clients.

Ian Quayle, Chief Executive at IQ Legal Training, will provide expert CPD training on Avoiding Negligence:

•             Protecting your firm by scoping and managing the retainer

  • Acting for the seller – what can cause claims?
  • Acting for the buyer – due diligence and reporting on title
  • What is effective client communication?
  • What can we learn from case law?

(Newcastle, London and Leeds events)

Zoe Upson, Trainer at IQ Legal Training, will provide CPD training on:

The Modern conveyancing role and its challenges, the opportunities that it opens up and a conveyancers due diligence requirement.

Zoe will discuss:

  • The changing face of conveyancing
  • Best practice and due diligence requirements in conveyancing to include reporting to the client.

(Birmingham event)Danielle Orosa, Strategic Account Manager at Groundsure:

Contaminated land, flood risk, mining, ground subsidence, radon, climate change….these are just some of the environmental risks that impact different cities and regions all over the country in different ways.  How well do you know your area? The session takes a closer look at the environmental risks impacting London/Newcastle/Leeds/Birmingham and the surrounding region, what the impacts of climate change are to the UK, and what tools and guidance Groundsure can provide to help move transactions forward.

Kelly McDonnell, National Sales Manager at CLS Property Insight:

Helping property lawyers understand their options in addressing the issue of Japanese Knotweed on behalf of their clients. The session will explore, Law Society TA6 property information form guidance, Understanding Japanese Knotweed from a surveyors perspective and what to do if the seller answers ‘Not Known’.

And much more!

Places are limited so don’t miss out on a fantastic CPD conveyancing event and secure your place now at a venue that suits you.

Newcastle CPD Event – Register Here
When: Wednesday 13th September 2023
Where: Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5DH
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Cost: £20.00 per delegate

London CPD Event – Register Here
When: Wednesday 20th September 2023
Where: Woburn House Conference Centre, 20-24 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HQ
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Cost: £20.00 per delegate

Leeds CPD Event – Register Here
When: 
Wednesday 27th September 2023
Where: 
Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds, LS10 1LT
Time: 
9:30am – 4:30pm
Cost: 
£20.00 per delegate

Birmingham Event – Register Here
When: 
Wednesday 4th October 2023
Where: 
Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EP
Time: 
9:30am – 4:30pm
Cost: 
£20.00 per delegate 

For further information about Redbrick Solutions and the CPD events  please click here. We look forward to meeting you soon.

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