Simon is the 175th president of the Law Society of England and Wales and a senior litigator at the London office of Clifford Chance.
Simon succeeded president Christina Blacklaws.
During the presidential year 2019/20, Simon's main priorities are:
1. Promoting the role of solicitors in upholding the rule of law2. Sustaining an open profession and jurisdiction3. Building a top-class profession in which all solicitors, whether they work in a firm or in-house, offer the best services to their client
Read the full presidential plan
We will be attending the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat party conferences this autumn as part of our influencing work on behalf of members.
Preliminary notice that the next AGM will be held at the Law Society's Hall on Thursday 16 July 2020.
President Simon Davis has called for influential voices in the media and in politics to protect and promote the rule of law.
On 19 June 2018, Simon Davis delivered a speech on the Law Tech Eagle Labs Initiative to mark the launch of the Law Society and Barclays partnership.
We have awarded aspiring solicitors a coveted scholarship to complete their studies as part of our Diversity Access Scheme.
Britain - Europe's biggest international provider of legal services and number two in the world - could take a £3.5bn hit from a no-deal Brexit.
Office holders at the Law Society of England and Wales have written to the Sultan of Brunei urging him to reverse changes to his country's penal code.
Law Society vice president Simon Davis responds to the BEIS Committee's recommendations on gender pay gap reporting.
Ed Crosse shares what motivated him to become a Council member for the City and what the highlights have been so far.
The independence of Egypt's legal processes is under siege as an increasingly authoritarian government systematically undermines the rule of law.