Midlands Solicitor Claims Coveted Conveyancer of the Year AwardTinsdills
Leading Law Firm celebrates huge win at legal industry’s largest Conveyancing Awards ceremony. Residential Property Director, Andrew Burrows scooped the top prize last night, 24th November 2022, at the prestigious LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards Ceremony as he was named “Conveyancer of the Year”.
Fighting off stiff competition from National Conveyancers, Andrew’s dedication and commitment to his clients, colleagues and Firm saw him named Conveyancer of the Year 2022.
Awards of this nature are no small task and require demonstrable evidence of exceptional client care, commitment to service delivery and improvement as well as a stringent eye for detail. Up against a tough shortlist of nominees, Andrew’s work was scrutinised by a diverse and formidable panel of judges from a range of professional service areas. The panel took into consideration Andrew’s exceptional case load noting that “84.9% is gained from professional and personal referrals, recommendations and repeat clients”. Plus, his commitment to both clients and staff “often going above and beyond, working unsociable hours all whilst finding time to support and train aspiring conveyancers”.
Having worked in Conveyancing for over 30 years, Andrew Burrows has a long track record of providing outstanding Conveyancing services to clients as one of the most experienced Conveyancers in the area.
Commenting on this deserved achievement, Legal Director, Andrew Burrows says, “It’s a great honour to win the conveyancer of the year award. It’s tribute to the excellent team with whom I work, the outstanding way that the practice is managed and how the department is run, and the huge slice of luck that I have had over the last 30 years, being able to stand on the shoulders of the giants of the practice who have gone before us. This is never a 9-5 job, and I wouldn’t have achieved this without the support, understanding and patience from my wife and boys. I would also like to congratulate every winner on the night and those who were commended and shortlisted. I have dedicated this award to all of my fellow conveyancers, wherever they are.”
Head of Residential Property, Kelly Myatt comments further on Andrew’s achievements, “I can’t think of anyone more deserving of recognition at this level than Andrew. At Tinsdills, we believe it’s all about people, and for Andrew, the client always comes first, even throughout the Pandemic he ensured his clients were up to date via telephone and email and continuously ensured the transaction maintained its progression regardless of the difficulty. What is most impressive, is that even with such an extensive workload, Andrew is always contactable above and beyond normal working hours and still has all the time in the world to offer advice, answer questions and even help train aspiring conveyancers throughout their career. He is what any good Conveyancer aspires to be, and we are incredibly proud and grateful to have him as part of our team.”
The celebrations continued throughout the evening as Tinsdills Solicitors were also named runners up for the Client Care Award and Midlands Conveyancing Firm of the Year, receiving commendations in both categories.
These commendations are testament to Tinsdills’ commitment to client care. The Firm offers substantial training and development opportunities for staff ensuring that clients receive the service they expect and deserve, delivered by trained experts in their field.
Managing Director, Rebecca Medcalf comments on the Firm’s recognitions, “Our teams are dedicated to ensuring clients receive the right advice, in the right way for them. These commendations reaffirm that the processes we have in place, and the support we provide for clients are of an award-winning level. As a firm, we are incredibly proud of our teams who have always been winners in our eyes. From initial enquiries handled by our dedicated Client Service Advisors, through to completion with our expert Conveyancing teams, our staff work tirelessly to help clients achieve their goals. Now their efforts have been nationally recognised, and we couldn’t be prouder of their achievements.”