Five award nominations

Delighted to be shortlisted for three awards in the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019

We are thrilled to have reached the final of THREE different industry awards in 2019.

Conveyancing team shortlisted at The ESTAS conveyancer awards 2019

The Winston Solicitors conveyancing team have been recognised for outstanding customer client service by The ESTAS, which is the biggest award scheme in the UK residential property industry.

2019 Yorkshire Legal Awards

Winston Solicitors reached the final of two awards at the 2019 Yorkshire Legal Awards, who this year celebrated their 20th year.

Jonathan Winston was a finalist in the Managing Partner of the Year Award and the conveyancing team were finalists for the Residential Property Award.

The Yorkshire Legal Awards are now celebrating 20 years of the industry awards who recognise the hard work and commitment of the legal profession.

Well done to everyone involved in the event. It was a fabulous night and we were delighted to have reached the final in two great categories.

Jonathan Winston Finalist Managing Partner of the Year Yorkshire Legal Awards 2019 Yorkshire Legal Awards 2019 Finalist Residential property award Winston Solicitors conveyancing team

Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019

The conveyancing team were shortlisted for three Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019.

  • Conveyancing Firm of the Year North of England
  • Client Care Award
  • Rising Start of the Year - Sidraa Razaq

The MLCA were launched in 2016 to recognise and reward talent, achievement and innovation in the national conveyancing market. An expert panel of judges, selected for their sector knowledge will review and decide on the nominations.

This is a fantastic achievement for the whole team. Everyone works very hard to ensure each conveyancing client receives a 5* level of service.

 

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