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This award recognises the firm that can demonstrate how a new innovative project or product (for example, business process and/or product or service) has positively impacted on the ability to do their job. This may be a business or procedural improvement, implementation of technology or an innovation that can demonstrate a quantifiable improvement to the business.

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This award recognises that there is little value in implementing technology for technology’s sake; rather that technology should be an enabler for those who use it. This legal supplier will demonstrate how implementing a technology solution has enhanced the efficiency, productivity, and effectiveness of their client’s business, and/or demonstrated how their technology has delivered an exceptional customer experience.

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Awards don’t always capture the influential role played by those from around the sector and their importance is driving it forward.

This is your opportunity to have your say. These are YOUR awards.

The Today’s Conveyancer Industry Champion will be nominated and voted for by you. We want to recognise those who have made a significant contribution to the life and times of the sector, whoever they are.

We’re encouraging you to submit your nominations to recognise the people who have made a difference in the conveyancing world.

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Nominations are open to all those involved in the conveyancing sector. 

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This award recognises an exceptional individual who has shown a high level of involvement and development within the conveyancing sector. They will be able to demonstrate a commitment to honing their craft and delivering an outstanding service to clients.

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We are all committed to doing the best for our clients and acting in their best interests. But which firm goes above and beyond? Who can demonstrate customer service excellence? Who has embedded a culture of “delighting” their customers? And who can provide an evidence-based assessment of what it means to their clients to go the extra mile?

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The employment landscape may have been forever changed by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Certainly, for now the daily commute is a thing of the past for many of us; working from home is now routine; this brings many challenges both for employees, and employers.

Who is setting their employees up for success? How have firms adapted their supervision and training to meet these challenges? Who is placing the mental health and well-being of their staff at the forefront of the employee experience?

Who is committed to creating the best employee experience in the “new normal?”

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Legal suppliers provide an incredible array of services to conveyancing firms up and down the country. But who comes out on top?

Which supplier can demonstrate investment in its product/services?

Who is taking advantage of new technologies to bring innovation into the legal supplier space?

Who is delivering overall customer experience excellence?

And who is delivering a value for money product or service that positively impacts a conveyancer’s daily life?

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There’s no “I” in “Team” so the saying goes. Creating a culture of excellence can be challenging. Who within the legal supplier industry has risen to the challenge and delivered exceptional service and support? Who is making their client’s lives easier on a daily basis? Who is working collectively as a team to make a genuine difference to how their clients do business?

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Conveyancing firms receive instructions from a variety of sources, panels, estate agents, mortgage brokers, builders and housing associations as well as direct from consumer. This individual should demonstrate an excellent conversion rate against target whilst intelligently managing the expectations and needs of their introducers balanced with the pressure on those delivering the conveyancing work.

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Risk and compliance continue to be a core element of the conveyancing process. This category recognises the individual(s) who on a daily basis protect their firms from the increasing risks associated with property transactions.

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Conveyancing is a collaborative process and can only reach timely completion when all parties work together towards a common goal.

We asked the industry who they found were the best firms to work with on the other side of the transaction.

Who took proactive steps to work with other conveyancers to smooth progress of transactions?

Whose working methods ensured all parties in the transaction remained up to speed with progress?

Who do you enjoy working with, and why?

We will be asking you to rank your top three firms. All the responses will be collated to come out with an industry-voted result.

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Recognising that conveyancing remains an incredibly fragmented industry there are a myriad of conveyancing providers who provide exceptional service to their clients whilst maintaining a smaller, often family feel to their business.

This award recognises these smaller, boutique, firms who are the backbone of the conveyancing economy.

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A joint submission… a test of how well two or more organisations can work together to achieve something special. This might be a technology provider and conveyancing firm, an estate agent and conveyancing firm, a panel manager and conveyancing firm or two conveyancing firms.

Collaboration is all about working with one another to jointly deliver something that individually is unachievable.

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With the government’s commitment to house building over the next 5-10 years, new build conveyancing takes on a new importance in the drive to encourage more home ownership, particularly among young people.

New build conveyancing is an increasingly specialist area that deserves recognition in its own right.

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