Top conveyancing award for PMPL property lawyer

Top conveyancing award for PMPL property lawyer

Reece Suter takes national prize in conveyancing award

We are incredibly proud to announce that property lawyer Reece Suter has won the Law Firm Services (LFS) Young Conveyancer of the Year Award. In a double triumph he took both the regional (North) and the national prize.

The LFS awards are the top industry prizes for the conveyancing sector and the Young Conveyancer Award is particularly hard fought. Entrants go through a rigorous selection process with a lengthy application form and judge’s phone call.  Reece’s dedication to his clients and enthusiasm for his work clearly impressed the judges.

Reece is a qualified solicitor and chose to work in property law because of the opportunities it provides to make a real difference to clients. “It’s an absolute honour to win the Young Conveyancer Award. The application process is very demanding and it really made me think about what it takes to be an exceptional conveyancer. In an increasingly litigious world, we have to use all of our skills to protect our clients, both financially and practically. My role is to look into all aspects of a transaction to make sure it’s in the client’s best interests. This is the aspect of my job that I really enjoy.”

More successes for PM Property Lawyers

Also on the shortlist for the Young Conveyancer Award was fellow property lawyer, Sarah Thackray. Sarah joined PM Property Lawyers as an admin assistant and has progressed through the in-house training programme to become a property lawyer in her own right.

Managing Director, Harvey Harding (who himself was Highly Commended in the Individual Conveyancer category), was delighted with the result. “Reece fully deserves this recognition. He is an excellent property lawyer and absolutely committed to doing the right things for his clients.  For both him and Sarah to make the shortlist was a real achievement and I am proud that we have such talented people as part of our team.”


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