Convey Law have been revealed as finalists in two key categories at the inaugural British Conveyancing Awards: the Mental Health & Wellbeing Conveyancing Firm of the Year and the Best New Training Initiative.
The BCA Awards 2021 were set up by conveyancing trade press bible Today’s Conveyancer to shine a light on individuals, teams and companies who have gone above and beyond to support buyers and sellers during one of the most challenging years the conveyancing industry has ever seen.
In the Mental Health & Wellbeing Conveyancing Firm of the Year category, Convey have been recognised for their staff wellbeing policies and support as well as for the sterling work of our charity, the Conveyancing Foundation, in promoting wellbeing and kindness in the workplace, most recently through its Be Kind We Care initiative.
Meanwhile, Convey Law’s industry-leading apprenticeship programme and training courses have been rewarded with a finalist place in The Best New Training Initiative category which recognises firms who have risen to the challenge of adapting their training to meet the needs of the last year such as remote working and additional workload.
Managing Director of Convey Law, Lloyd Davies, commented: “After an unprecedented year for the property and conveyancing industry, it’s a huge boost to be shortlisted for two top awards at the inaugural British Conveyancing Awards. I am very proud that we have been recognised for putting staff wellbeing front and centre and for continuing to innovate with our groundbreaking apprentice programme and training courses.”
The virtual final will be held on May 25th hosted by BBC News presenter Samira Ahmed.