The British Wills and Probate Awards sponsored by Executor Solutions returns on 21st October 2021. Today’s Family Lawyer invites its readers to share the details with colleagues to get involved in celebrating the achievements of a sector which, like so many, has been at the coal face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brought to you by Today’s Media, the publishers of Today’s Family Lawyer and Today’s Wills and Probate, the event will showcase the very best of the private client community.
This year’s event is being run as a hybrid; with an an in-person afternoon awards ceremony simultaneously live streamed via the British Wills and Probate Awards website, followed by the Champagne Reception, sponsored by Exizent and an evening dinner at the appropriately named Grand Hotel in Birmingham.
Law firms from up and down the country are invited to join in the celebrations with tickets available for the in-person ceremony and live stream.
If you would like to join us at our black-tie event at The Grand in Birmingham you can now purchase your tickets priced at £230 +VAT per person. As space is limited, and in order to ensure we offer as wide an opportunity to attend as possible, we’ve made the difficult decision to limit the number of tickets to 3 per organisation. CLICK HERE to book your tickets today.
Precautions have been taken to ensure that the event is as “COVID-19 secure” as possible with those unable to attend or are not yet ready to meet in large groups, able to watch the live stream via The British Wills and Probate Awards website. CLICK HERE to register to watch the British Wills and Probate Awards 2021.
Looking ahead to the event Michael Edwards, Group Business Director at Headline Sponsor Executor Solutions says
“It only seems like yesterday we were celebrating last year’s winners, so it’s hard to believe the shortlist is already being announced! A huge congratulations from all of us at Executor Solutions on making the shortlist which given the calibre on entrants, is an achievement in itself.”
David Opie, Managing Director at Today’s Media adds
“I am so grateful for all the support we have received in pulling this event together and we’re really looking forward being able to meet once again in person in October.”