We partner with a number of law firm membership organisations to enhance their clients’ understanding of the opportunities offered by the cloud. We also offer various selected benefits.
We are preferred Suppliers to:
The Conveyancing Association
The Conveyancing Association was established to ensure that the top 100 specialist UK Conveyancers have an effective voice in the conveyancing industry. Members are made up of Solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers, who collectively undertake approximately 20% of all residential transactions in England and Wales. As technology partner, Converge TS are well placed to advise members on their technology requirements and are a member and advisor to the Conveyancing Association’s Cyber Security Committee.
LawNet has been supporting independent law firms for over 25 years. Mutual and member-owned, LawNet is innovative about seeing its firms succeed and has developed a wide range of services and initiatives to help members stay ahead of their competition, reduce costs, improve efficiencies and profitability.
Manchester Law Society thrives with more than 2,600 members. Their breadth of expertise reflects the Society’s position at the forefront of Britain’s second city, which boasts the strongest commercial centre outside London, the major provincial branch of the Bank of England and more than 60 foreign financial institutions. The Society administers an extensive legal education programme running courses and seminars on all aspects of law and its practice.
Lawshare has been created for firms that want to offer high quality legal services across all areas of law, not just those in which they have a specialism. With Lawshare, firms can meet clients’ needs and expectations without the risk of losing business to a competing firm or undermining their reputation for quality and service.
Chester & North Wales Law Society
The Chester and North Wales Law Society was instituted in 1859 and incorporated in 1881. The object of the society is to support the character, status, and interests of Solicitors practising in the Society’s area, the promotion of honourable practice, the repression of malpractice, the settlement of disputed points of practice, and the decision of all questions of professional usage or courtesy in conducting legal business of all kinds.
Legal Futures is the leading news resource tracking the fast-evolving legal landscape. Written by professional journalists, it provides cutting-edge daily news coverage on alternative business structures, new market entrants, regulatory change and innovation in all its forms. Its unique blend of hard-hitting journalism, market intelligence and expert analysis makes it the first port of call for anyone interested in keeping pace with the transformation of the legal market. It frequently breaks important news stories ahead of the other trade press and broadsheets.