Amy Rouse qualifies as a Licensed Conveyancer
Amy Rouse has qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer (CLC). This week, she received her certificate, marking the completion of her training and the beginning of her new role.
Becoming a Licensed Conveyancer is a rigorous process that requires a high level of knowledge and skill. Over the past year, Amy has juggled work, being a parent, and her training to qualify, and for Amy, the hard work and dedication have really paid off.
As a licenced conveyancer, Amy drafts and reviews legal documents, and conducts title searches. She also advises clients on the legal aspects of buying and selling property and assists clients with the transfer of ownership.
Amy's achievement is particularly noteworthy because of the current state of the property market and the fact that she started with us just months before the UK went into lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to the housing market over the past few years, leading to delays and uncertainty for many buyers and sellers. As a Licensed Conveyancer, Amy will be well-equipped to navigate these challenges and help her clients to complete their property transactions with confidence.
In addition to her professional qualifications, Amy is known for her friendly and approachable manner, which is a great asset to Bell Lamb & Joynson and to her clients. Amy has an exceptionally high work ethic, and to ensure that she reaches this bar on all occasions, she has an unending reserve of strength and stamina. She is always willing to help and coach younger members of the team and always does so with a smile on her face. Amy is heavily committed to the success of the firm, and in particular, the conveyancing team and is a very valued member of the team.
Amy's achievement is a testament to her hard work and dedication, and we wish her all the best in her new role as a qualified and licenced conveyancer.