Matthew Pennington | Stephen Ward
Tonic Works | Council for Licensed Conveyancers
Matthew is a LawTech and Search Engine Marketing consultant with over ten years experience in the UK Legal Sector. Matthew is the author of the recent “Instant Website Conveyancing Estimate Tools Impact Study” and the Technomancers legal technology blog (www.technomancers.co.uk). Matthew is a founder member of Sheffield Legal Hackers, Managing Director at Leads for Lawyers (supplying new business enquiries to law firms) and Tonic Works (helping law firms win new business for themselves). Follow Matthew on Twitter here.
Stephen has responsibility for the CLC’s media and communications with the regulated community as well as government and stakeholder relations. He also leads on the CLC''s strategy development and delivery. Stephen has a background in the civil service and political campaigning as well as business strategy in the private sector. For several years Stephen was Director of Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility at the Law Society. Stephen was part of the founding Board of Pride in London from 2012-2016 as Deputy Chair and Communications Director. Follow Stephen on Twitter here.
Wednesday 21st: 2018 Price Transparency Regulations and Conveyancing
Thursday 22nd: 2018 Price Transparency Regulations and Probate
2018 will bring a step change for online competition in the legal sector. Law firms will be required to publish prices through their website, starting with conveyancing. This seminar will look at the impact that providing fee estimates in this fashion will have on individual law firms and the wider legal sector, as well as address some of the common concerns law firms have around publishing prices.
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