X-Press Legal Services releases over 30 CPD events

X-Press Legal Services has released an action packed CPD schedule in response to industry demand.

The trusted property partner has announced over 30 CPD events are now in the diary for 2023, featuring industry experts Richard Snape, Stephen Desmond and Ian Quayle amongst others.

“There are a lot of pertinent issues in the conveyancing sector at the moment including AML, compliance and leasehold changes to name just a few,” commented Lynne Lister, MD of X-Press Legal Services.  “Conveyancers are rightly keen to be at the forefront of important issues that impact their profession and these events have been scheduled in direct response to the unprecedented demand we are receiving for our CPDs.

“We source highly qualified speakers for our events to ensure our attendees receive insights that are insightful, informative, and above all, never dull.  Whether you are a long-term client or first time attendee, everyone receives the same warm welcome and great networking opportunities at an X-Press Legal Services CPD event.  Sign up and discover the knowledge you didn’t know you were missing!”

With 27 locally owned offices throughout England and Wales, X-Press Legal Services is proud to deliver in person CPDs that are hyper-local to each regional office. The company also delivers expert webinars keeping conveyancers up to date with developments and trends in the sector.

Upcoming CPDs include: Hot Topics In Residential Leasehold with Stephen Desmond and Residential Property Practice Update with David Keighley.

Visit the website to view all the upcoming X-Press Legal Services CPD events or contact your local office to reserve your slot.

This article was submitted to be published by X-Press Legal Services as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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