Our relationship management teams work with individual members and firms to represent their views, increase awareness of Law Society services and activities, and add value to members’ businesses.
Our mission is to build a strong relationship between the Society and its members, including those in private practice and in-house roles. We achieve this through an account management approach for larger organisations and collaboration with local representative groups and stakeholders.
The Law Society has a network of representatives in the English regions and an office in Wales. Our regions are divided between four teams:
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The relationship management team has been working on the 'Women in leadership in law' project, regional forums and the GDPR.
The government’s promised review of the LASPO Part 1 is now underway. The MoJ is taking evidence until the end of September with the intention of publishing its findings by the end of the year.
Samaritans have launched a set of online learning tools specifically for City workers.
Sally Davies, London senior partner at Mayer Brown, discusses the firm's diversity and inclusion approach in the City.
The City of London again outstripped other areas with the sharpest increase in practising solicitors.
We catch up with Law Society social mobility ambassador Kawsar Zaman, an associate at Allen & Overy.
For local law societies, engaging with your local Member of Parliament (MP) is a key benefit that you can demonstrate to your members.
Read more about the positive impact apprenticeships can make to your firms. Attendees from all sizes and types of firm, as well as in-house lawyers and members from local Law Societies came to the events in Leeds and London.
As Christina Blacklaws takes the reins as new Law Society president, one of her presidential themes is women in leadership in law. How can lawyers and local law societies in the regions help?
Sanctions practitioner and Norton Rose Fulbright partner, Jason is a member of the Law Society’s Money Laundering Task Force.
Our guidebook provides Law Societies of all different sizes and structures with the tools and guidance to support the invaluable work they do within the legal profession.
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