LawNet 2019 – Congratulations to Biscoes Solicitors!

November 18, 2019 | Digital Transformation | Legal

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Chris Marston (LawNet), Keith Stagner (T-Impact Ltd – Sponsors), India Jefferson-Grant, Alison Lee, Chris King, Sarra Gravestock, Georgia Bull, Liyen Edin, Sarah Godley, Richard Barnes, Kevin Richardson (Biscoes), Helen Hamilton-Shaw (LawNet)

T-Impact were delighted to award the prestigious Enterprise Award, given to the firm who have maximised the best value, and got the most out of their LawNet membership in 2019, to Biscoes Solicitors, at the Annual LawNet Conference held on Friday 8th November at Celtic Manor in Newport.

The 30th Anniversary Conference agenda was aptly focused towards driving exceptional business performance through inspiring leadership, articulated and executed strategies, and the alignment of people, purpose and strategy. Award presenters, T-Impact resonate with the values and accomplishments of the award as it combines judicious use of robotic process automation with the human workforce, creating a skilled team of empowered and motivated staff.

During the event, T-Impact spoke with firms in attendance and shared insight into the direction of the legal market and highlighted top use cases that benefit law firms. The pleasure of good company with new and old friends made the ceremony enjoyable, particularly news of progress from customer firms benefiting from T-Impact solutions. Clearly the importance of robotic process automation is increasing in law firm circles, including firms who previously were not in a financial position due to the upfront investment costs.

T-Impact have partnered with UiPath – the world’s leading software enterprise vendor – now delivering solutions in weeks, rather than years, thanks to easy integration and installation. Law firms can now reap the benefits of a positive ROI quickly after starting their first automation project. View some of the success stories from satisfied law firm customers here.

A full list of the Awards and Winners is below:

  • Best BD/Marketing – Wollens
  • Best Community Contribution – Farnfields Solicitors
  • Outstanding Contribution – Ron Davison (Gamlins Law Ltd.)
  • Law Firm of the Year – Ashtons Legal
  • Young Lawyer of the Year – Jamie Apted (MBM Commercial LLP)
  • Team of the Year – Tozer Solicitors (Holidays and Residential Parks)
  • Excellence in Client Care – Ward Gethin Archer Ltd.
  • The Enterprise Award – Biscoes Solicitors

T-Impact was in attendance for the second consecutive year and plans a return to LawNet Conference Awards 2020. Once more, we’d like to congratulate Biscoes, as well as every other award winner and nominee. Finally, T-Impact offer our special thanks to Chris Marston and Helen Hamilton-Shaw for their contribution to the awards ceremony, and presiding over the event, making it the calendar highlight of 2019. We look forward to another great conference next year.

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