Here you will find information about how the Law Society is working to support its members in the region.
Please note that our regional managers are not able to respond to queries from members of the public.
Our South West region covers Bristol, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Monmouthshire.
Our aims within the region are to:
The Association of South Western Law Societies (ASWLS), operates alongside the Law Society in the South West. Established in 1948, ASWLS promotes closer co-operation and interaction in professional matters, between member societies. ASWLS also provides a forum for their five Council Members of the Law Society, and these Council Members inform the member societies of Law Society Council proceedings, and pick up on the views of the profession.
ASWLS which is made up of six local law societies:
• Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society website• Bristol Law Society website• Devon & Somerset Law Society (DASLS) website• Plymouth Law Society website• Gloucestershire & Wiltshire incorporated Law Society (GWILS) website• Cornwall Law Society website
To find out more about ASWLS, please visit: http://www.aswls.org.uk/
Rav joined the Law Society in March 2005 having studied law in Manchester. Rav is always keen to engage with more of the membership in the Midlands and will be happy to hear from any firms or solicitors on any concerns or issues they may have.
Mobile: 07816 929749Email: ravinder.hothi@LawSociety.org.ukTwitter: twitter.com/@LawSocSW
Regional office address: Home worker - Midlands based
Download the latest South West monthly report and strategic review
There are a number of local groups across the region that provide support, organise events and provide networking opportunities for junior lawyers.
The Law Society works closely alongside independent local law societies and other groups across the country.
The Law Society Gazette jobs website has hundreds of legal jobs to choose from.