Conveyancing event for triple award nomination

Winston Solicitors attend the Modern Law Conveyancing Award 2019

The sun was shining as three conveyancers from the Winston Solicitors conveyancing team made their way down the red carpet at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019.

Hosted at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool, the setting was the perfect place to meet up with industry professionals and celebrate all things conveyancing. The event was organised to perfection including warm smiles and a cooling glass of bubbly.

Leasa Foster, Sidraa Razaq and Samantha Robertson-Strong chatted to their counterparts from the breadth and depth of the UK. Stepping out of their usual work place attire all the guests were dressed to impress for the black tie event. With the Winston Solicitors conveyancing team up for three awards there was a touch of pre-announcement nerves and excitement. Each table was decorated with props and unusual features including Mexican hats, bandanas, 3D glasses and masks. Our three conveyancers were seated on a table with a mix of guests from other law firms including Spratt Endicott from Banbury and Devassist who had travelled all the way from West Sussex.

Even though there were no winners from our particular table, it was a great evening, surrounded by fun and laughter. It was an honour to be shortlisted for three awards at the MLCA 2019 and a pleasure to be included at a prestigious industry event.

Winston Solicitors were shortlisted at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019 for Conveyancing Firm of the Year North England, Client Care and Rising Star – Sidraa RazaqSidraa Razaq was shortlisted in the Rising Star Category of the MLCA2019Leasa Foster and Samantha Robertson-Strong at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019 Table setting at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool for the MLCA2019 Winston Solicitors shortlisted Conveyancing Firm of the Year North of England MLCA2019Winston Solicitors shortlisted for Client Care Award MLCA2019Sidraa Razaq of Winston Solicitors shortlisted for Rising Star of the Year Award at the MLCA2019



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