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.
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We ask Charlie about the role of quotas in the fight for gender diversity and about his involvement in our women in leadership in law initiative.
Eleanor shares what her motivation was for becoming a Back to Law Ambassador and what firms can do to make it easier for those looking to return to the profession.
Our relationship management team has been travelling the country to discuss key issues and to celebrate your achievements in local law awards ceremonies.
Barbara talks to us about her aspirations for the Small Firms Division and their priorities for the upcoming year.
We speak with Daniel Winterfeldt, partner at Reed Smith, about his work as founder and chair of the InterLaw Diversity Forum.
Stephanie outlines the impact Barclays is having on the UK's lawtech sector and shares her top tips for those looking to move in-house.
The Law Society has responded to the Commission on Justice in Wales' call for evidence.
Emily Cooper explains why you should attend our international symposium on the power of gender equality to transform the business of law.
Glynis Wright, winner of Small Law Firm of the Year 2018, tells us how winning an Excellence Award has positively impacted her firm.