Birketts crowned Conveyancing Firm of the Year – Midlands at LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
29 November 2021
Birketts took home the title of ‘Conveyancing Firm of the Year – Midlands’ and was highly commended in two categories including ‘Conveyancing Firm of the Year – South of England’ and ‘Property Team of the Year’ at this year’s LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards (MLC). The awards were presented on Thursday 25 November at a ceremony at the Rum Warehouse in Liverpool.
The win follows a remarkable period for Birketts’ Residential Team, who had already secured recognition at the British Conveyancing Awards 2021 and Norfolk and Norwich Law Society Excellence Awards 2021 earlier this year. The Modern Law Conveyancing Awards were created to celebrate talent, accomplishment and innovation at a national level in the UK conveyancing market. The team’s extensive residential knowledge plus its continued dedication to client care and high quality legal work helped them stand out in all three categories.
Partner and Head of Residential Property Amanda Angel, commented: “We are honoured to secure this win and two commendations which recognise the hard work of our specialists, highlight our technical expertise and acknowledge the strength of our teamwork. It has been a difficult year for the sector and for the team, so I encourage them to take a moment to celebrate this win which is a tribute to their drive and determination as much as their high quality legal service.”
Jonathan Agar, Chief Executive at Birketts, concluded: “Birketts Residential Property Team are one of the best regarded in the country, managing the challenges presented by the pandemic and the introduction of the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday with a combination of skill and determination to achieve the best outcome for our clients. Achieving the title of Conveyancing Firm of the Year – Midlands is a testament to the team’s client service, its contribution to the local economy and its ambition, and everyone at Birketts is extremely proud of its success.”
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