The 'Conveyancing 2025 and Beyond' conference is being held on the 6 February.
The Conveyancing Association (CA) is using its annual conference next month to look at the future of the sector.
The event will feature a range of seminar sessions outlining what firms might expect and the models they may need to adopt in order to 'survive and thrive'.
The conference, which has the theme of 'Conveyancing 2025 and Beyond', is being held on the 6 February at the ICC Wales in Newport, South Wales.
The programme of sessions include a policy and campaign update from the CA’s operation director, Lloyd Davies and director of delivery, Beth Rudolf and a presentation by the conference's headline sponsor Visualfiles by LexisNexis.
The CA expects over 200 industry stakeholders to attend with over 20 businesses and associations exhibiting at the event.
Paul Smee, non-executive chair of the CA, said: “The CA’s annual conference will address immediate issues confronting the profession but also gives space to consider what might be coming over the horizon.
"We have therefore themed this year’s conference around the conveyancing sector, and what it might look like post-2025.
“A five-year time horizon might seem an age in a fast-changing market but those firms who want to prepare for the second part of this decade, and beyond, will need to start that process now.
"So, we’re outlining and discussing a number of models that might be followed in order to run successfully from that point."