Announces A 3-Year Sponsorship Agreement With The Law Society (UK) Ltd is delighted to be working with the Law Society as part of a strategic 3-year deal sponsorship agreement of their Private Client Conference and regional seminars.

The Law Society Private Client Section is the community for practitioners in Wills, probate, financial and tax planning, trusts, mental capacity and estate administration, providing support and guidance to members, including through its magazine, webinars, events, and commentary. (UK) Ltd offers intuitive software in the Wills and probate space and is used by many law firms, Will writers, accountants and legal service providers globally to enable growth and efficiency. With Wills being able to be drafted up to 75% more quickly than traditional methods, using precedents developed by industry experts over more than 2 decades and using the latest cloud technology and security methods, Private Client solicitors can benefit from these efficiencies without having to invest heavily in their own systems. (UK) Ltd MD, Dave Newick said “We see the Law Society Private Client Section as a fundamental platform for informing solicitors about our remarkable software and ability to support them through digitisation of their business. There are many technologies that will change the way that we will all work over the coming years and this relationship will enable us to help and support legal practices and their clients in this journey. We are delighted with this development and the longevity of this arrangement.”

Stephen Moore, Director of Sales at the Law Society also commented: “ has sponsored a number of Law Society events over the past couple of years and we are delighted to now have in place this strategic 3-year sponsorship agreement.”

For more information on this or any other issue, please contact Pippa Shepherd,, 01732 867792

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