Embracing technology and the impacts that the coronavirus pandemic has had on the legal sector, in regards to adopting technology, has been a hot topic of conversation.

Today’s Conveyancer have been at the forefront of identity discussions  in home buying & selling and recently held a panel discussion of esteemed guests to discuss the importance of the digital ID trust framework within the home buying and selling process.  The panel inlcuded Stuart Young (Etive), Hannah Rutter (DCMS), Stephen Ward (CLC), Glynis Frew (Hunters), Matt Prior (MHCLG) and Mike Abraham (HMLR) with the panel hosted by Tom Lyes from Today’s Conveyancer.

The focus of the panel discussion was to explore the potential impacts of the DCMS Trust Framework for Digital Identity on the Conveyancing landscape, whilst bearing in mind the full home buying and selling process.

To watch the full panel discussion click HERE.

For more details on the digital identity trust Scheme for the home buying and selling process, and to take part in the coming trials, please contact us HERE.