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.
Every year we open our doors at our Chancery Lane headquarters for an annual meeting of local law societies (LLS) across England and Wales known as the presidents and secretaries conference.
Adele is a solicitor at Pattinson Brewer Solicitors, and is chair of the Junior Lawyers Division of the Law Society.
Tim is a consultant at DLA Piper and a Liberal Democrat peer.
Simon Haigh explores the impact of technology and generations Y and Z on the deal-closing landscape.
From Victorian beginnings in the Midlands, Gateley Plc has become one of the largest corporate law firms, with a network of seven UK offices and an international office in Dubai.
With over 1,000 members, Sheffield is one of the largest societies in Yorkshire. It covers the areas of Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Chesterfield in South Yorkshire.
Allan Devine, solicitor and council member for Northumbria, explains the role Local Law Societies play and discusses some of the challenges they face.
With over 27,000 members, 65 top 200 firms, three of the five largest Local Law Societies across the country and a network of special interest groups to support and expand the profession, the North is thriving.
The relationship management team thought it would be useful to highlight some of its key content. One key section, discussed here, is using the media, and writing to your MP.
By listening to the challenges voiced by the members of the profession, the Law Society can respond with high-quality and relevant support. Addressed here are the concerns surrounding Criminal Legal Aid, the SQE, and diversity and inclusion.
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.