Ken Dalling and Murray Etherington have taken up office as the Law Society of Scotland’s President and Vice President for 2021-22.
Stirling solicitor Ken Dalling has served on the Society’s Council since 2010, representing solicitors in Alloa, Falkirk, Linlithgow and Stirling, and joined the board in 2017. He has convened both the Client Protection and Anti-Money Laundering Committees, and served on the Senior Solicitor Advocate Accreditation Committee and the Professional Practice Committee.
Murray Etherington was appointed head of Private Client at Thorntons Law, Dundee, in 2016. First elected to Council in 2015, he convenes the Insurance Committee. He became a member of the board on taking up office as Vice President.
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