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This article was published on March 20th, 2018
We are delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards again this year.
We will be sponsoring the Champagne Reception & Media Board at this year’s awards ceremony, which will be held on the 12th of July at The Rum Warehouse in Liverpool.
The evening promises to be a spectacular one once again this year, with the best and brightest conveyancing teams in attendance to celebrate the innovation, achievements and skills showcased by conveyancing professionals over the last twelve months.
Having been launched in 2016, the Awards have gone from strength to strength and provide the perfect opportunity for fellow conveyancing professionals to network, relax and enjoy a fabulous night of entertainment close to the banks of the River Mersey.
Having become a staple in the conveyancing sector’s calendar, this year’s Modern Law Conveyancing Awards will recognise both firms and individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the sector and the prizes will be awarded by a panel of esteemed judges composed of some of the sector’s leading experts.
The evening will be hosted by comedian Patrick Monahan who is renowned for his skill to work a room. He will bring his high-energy comedy style and help provide an evening that looks set to be one that guests won’t forget.
The drinks reception will begin at 7:00pm, with dinner and the main ceremony to follow at 7:45pm
For more details about the Awards click here.
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