Conveyancer of the Year 2014 and Shortlisted for Individual Conveyancer of the Year 2015
Conveyancing specialists, Convey Law, were declared the best Conveyancing company in England and Wales at the 2014 Estate Agency Awards. The property lawyers won Best Large Conveyancing provider, the Best Overall UK Conveyancing provider and Conveyancer, Geraint Aubrey, was runner-up in the Best Individual Conveyancer category.
The competition for best Conveyancer was strongly contested, with some of the country’s most highly respected property lawyers entering the awards. This award ends a great year for the South Wales based company. Earlier in the year, Convey Law won Best Direct Conveyancer 2014 at the LSF Conveyancing Awards as a result of its marketing and sales products and they were shortlisted and highly commended for Best Business Structure, Best Compliance and Best use of Technology at the Modern Law Awards in October.
The company celebrates its centenary in December 2014, signing off the year with some of the highest of accolades that the industry has to offer. In 2006 Convey Law implemented a revolutionary way of undertaking Conveyancing that focussed on high levels of communication and put customer service at the forefront of its offering.
Lloyd Davies, Managing Director, stated: “We are over the moon to have been recognised at the Estate Agency awards as the best Conveyancing company in the country. The awards are testament to the uncompromising dedication and hard work of every member of staff. We started this journey ten years ago, with the objective of becoming a great Conveyancing Company as perceived by others. Well done to everyone at Convey Law on this wonderful achievement.”
The specialist Conveyancing provider expanded throughout 2014 and has large growth plans for next year, with a recruitment drive currently underway. The company will launch its new revolutionary training plan in 2015 which will enable members of staff to progress from legal assistants to fully qualified Conveyancers in very short time-scales and with incremental salary increases.