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Award nomination for national technology driven conveyancing service


Following hot on the heels of their nomination for the ESTAS Conveyancer of the Year awards, MJP Conveyancing is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards in two categories: the “Client Care Award” and “Conveyancing Firm of the Year – Midlands.”


The nominations are testament to the outstanding efforts of all our staff this year and demonstrate the dedicated focus we place upon delivering the highest levels of care and support for our clients during the house-moving process. 

Fighting off fierce competition from some very reputable firms, the nominations are also indicative of MJP’s growing reputation, both locally and nationally, for delivering a technology driven, transparent, efficient yet affordable online and client focused conveyancing service

David Pett, Director, commenting on this development, explains why he considers MJP  is deserving of this well overdue nomination:

"Starting from a standing start in 2011 we have aways looked to punch very much above our weight.   We have built up a massive following of loyal clients and using ground breaking technology our position in the market continues to grow.  We are proud of the fact that we offer our clients technology which provides regular updates and involves the client in every stage of the the process.  I believe we are the only national conveyancing service which offers clients a free online property log book and it is clear that this and other technological features within our unique online case and risk management platform, places MJP as one of the leading conveyancing services in the country'.  


The awards ceremony is being held on the 13th July in Liverpool and we will be keeping our fingers crossed that MJP bring home the trophies! 

MJP Conveyancing are solicitors who provide legal advice and services to clients based in England and Wales and who can be contacted on 01603877067 or via email at david@mjpconveyancing.com

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