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:
Type in your postcode below to find your regional representatives.
Glynis Wright, winner of Small Law Firm of the Year 2018, tells us how winning an Excellence Award has positively impacted her firm.
This month, our relationship management team has been engaging with members and local law societies around the country.
Christiane Wendehorst, European Law Institute president, gives an overview of their work and how it can benefit you and your firm.
Dame Janet Gaymer examines the future of working in law, and how firms will need to adapt in order to retain talent.
The Lawyer Portal has partnered with Rare Recruitment to launch a tool that matches talented candidates with law firms using contextual recruitment.
Penelope shares her career highlights, advice for ensuring a successful merger, and how gender diversity can be increased in the profession.
As an Asian woman, mother and lawyer, Amandeep Khasriya is passionate about raising awareness of the barriers faced by women in law.
Our relationship management team has engaged with members around the country to deliver diversity and inclusion forums and discuss key areas of concern.
Ranjit Thaliwal, mental health law solicitor at Thaliwal & Veja Solicitors, discusses the importance of Time to Talk Day.
President Christina Blacklaws speaks with the four past women presidents of the Law Society about gender diversity in the profession.