Searches UK teams with industry experts Lexsure to provide free in-house training to law firms

Searches UK recognises that the workload and complexity of issues encountered by conveyancing lawyers is increasing daily as a result of the dynamic nature of practice and the risk scenarios which arise as a consequence, so, with this in mind, Searches UK have joined forces with Lexsure to offer in-house training so that your team can keep up with the pace of changes.

How Does It Work?

Searches UK will arrange for Lexsure, to visit your firm and help your fee-earners get up to speed on the latest risk issues in conveyancing. Not only that, but they can tailor the session to meet your needs… And if this wasn’t good enough, Searches UK will commit to pay for it, too!

For most lawyers, face-to-face training is the most effective way of delivering guidance on crucial conveyancing risk compliance topics. Every firm has its own bespoke training requirements and this is a fantastic and unique opportunity for firms to take advantage of.

Lisa Summerton, Sales Director at Searches UK said:

“We are always delighted to introduce brand new products and services to our portfolio to help make the conveyancing process easier for law firms. Alongside hosting very successful and informative conveyancing & legal conferences, we appreciate that it can be difficult for conveyancing solicitors to have the time to leave the office and travel to gain new knowledge and attain CDP training. Therefore we would encourage firms to use this service that no other conveyancing supplier is currently offering to law firms!”


For further details regarding FREE Lexsure in-house training, to discuss your bespoke requirements or to book a training session, please contact Searches UK directly on 0800 043 1815 or email us at [email protected] to speak to one of our dedicated team today.

Terms and conditions:

  • Strictly subject to availability, please book early to avoid disappointment
  • Only available for firms with minimum 15 attendees


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