News & Insights // We’re Exhibiting at Legalex 2018!


Join us on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd March as we exhibit at this year’s Legalex 2018 conference – the fastest growing legal event designed to help the most ambitious law firms and legal professionals discover the latest innovations that will make them more competitive.

With over 200 innovative suppliers, 150 inspiring seminars and 1-2-1 advice from industry experts, this is an event that you wouldn’t want to miss.

We will be exhibiting on stand 516, so make sure you visit us to discover how our latest offerings can help you! Free tickets for the event are in limited supply, so register for yours on the Legalex 2018 website today to guarantee your place.

That’s not all, our very own Penny Andrews, Lead Environmental Underwriter will be taking to the stage to deliver a presentation on ‘Environmental Liabilities – Understanding How to Handle the Risk’ on Thursday 22nd March at 2pm in the CLC Conveyancers Theatre. The seminar will give you the tools to tackle Further Actions within environmental reports more effectively, thereby minimising the impact on the property transaction.

Meet Penny Andrews

Penny is CLS Risk Solutions’ Lead Environmental Underwriter and has over 20 years’ experience within the property industry. Penny is a Chartered Surveyor who has, since 2001, specialised in the environmental risks and liabilities associated with property ownership, management and development.

Having worked for both the RICS and in private practice, Penny has experience of influencing government policy, and preparing best practice guidance for the property industry, as well as providing professional advice to a wide range of clients (including property investors, pension trustees, banks, landowners, developers, Local Authorities and even the Environment Agency).
Penny has a wealth of expertise in managing and mitigating environmental risk and is now applying her professional experience to the world of insurance underwriting.

For more information on the conference and to register your free place, visit http://www.legalex.co.uk/.