The Conveyancing Association (CA) has outlined the schedule for its annual conference.
The event will include a range of debates on relevant issues including cyber-crime, leasehold reform and management, as well as conveyancing regulation initiatives and insurance.
The Annual Conference and Dinner is free of charge to CA members, and the keynote speech will be delivered by Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, a former Member of the National Consumer Council, Vice Chair of the Financial Services Consumer Panel and Chair of the Legal Services Consumer Panel.
Eddie Goldsmith, chairman of The Conveyancing Association, said: “The conference sessions will feed into the White Paper we are currently writing which will deliver the CA’s view on how we get to a much better process for all conveyancing stakeholders.
“We are delighted to be welcoming Baroness Hayter as our keynote speaker, who we anticipate will deliver an enlightening address and help us understand specifically how we develop the process and our services for consumers. On top of this we have five further panel sessions which will go into considerable detail on a vast range of topics and issues, including discussions on a number of CA campaigns such as leasehold, lender engagement and cyber-crime.”