Could you be the best young conveyancer in the country?
Do you believe that you’re the best young conveyancer in the country? Then there’s no excuse for you not to enter the ‘Young Conveyancer of the Year Award’, part of the Conveyancing Awards held by the Law Firm Services.
The LFS Conveyancing Awards are giving a young conveyancer the opportunity to be recognised by the industry and the chance to win a magnificent trophy; two tickets to a West End Show and accommodation at a London hotel for the night.
Conveyancers under 30 can apply by submitting their CV with a letter explaining why they should win the award. A reference from a partner of the firm will also be required stating why they think the applicant should be considered.
If your application is short listed, there will be a telephone conference call with judges who will decide on the overall winner of the award.
The reason why the ‘Young Conveyancer of the Year Award’ has been created is to promote the industry as some law graduates don’t believe that Conveyancing is a good career path. The award is for The Young Conveyancer that is good technically, customer focused and can use modern technology to aid them in their profession.
The closing date for entries is the 30th of April so applicants will have to get their skates on if they want the chance to win the award and be invited to the awards ceremony dinner held in the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on the 20th September 2012.
More information can be found on the LFS Conveyancing Awards site.
Amanda McGovern, Pali Ltd
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