Date: 29th May 2019
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
The Lerwick Hotel
15 South Road,
Lerwick, ZE1 0RB
CPD Hours: 1hourThe President of the Law Society of Scotland will be coming to meet with you.
Alison Atack, along with Council members, Sheekha Saha and Serena Sutherland and Law Society colleague Paul Mosson are coming to see you.
This meeting will provide an opportunity to find out more about the Law Society’s key areas of work and will cover the legal services review, Lawscot Wellbeing, legal aid, and the profile of the profession research amongst other topics.
Most importantly, there will be the opportunity for you to ask questions or discuss issues affecting you and your business or organisation during the Q&A session. Should you have any issues you wish to raise in advance of the meeting please email email@example.com.
Paul Mosson, Executive Director for Member Services
Paul started working for the Law Society of Scotland in November 2017. He has a strong background in delivering member services within the legal sector having worked with the Bar Council of England and Wales for nine years, starting as its Head of Member Services and ultimately as its Director of Services, Policy and Representation. Most recently he set up as a consultant and has been working with Mills Rendall & Associates on strategy development for, among others, the Birmingham Law Society and on a leadership programme.
Serena Sutherland, Law Society of Scotland Council member
Serena is a solicitor based in Kirkwall and Thurso. She has a small general practice firm. Serena was elected to the Law Society’s Council in August 2018 and since then has been keen to meet as many people practising in her constituency as possible. Passionately committed to representing this area to the best of her ability, Serena would really appreciate meeting as many local solicitors as possible to talk about what is important to them.
Sheekha Saha, Law Society of Scotland Council member
Sheekha is an in-house solicitor with Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, based in their Stornoway office, and a member of the Law Society’s Council. She has experience in many of the varied practice areas local authority work offers, but in recent years has specialised in social work law. She says that one of the most rewarding parts of her role in representing members is dealing with the varied queries and challenges members have and being able to help them with those.
If you require a Law Society Smartcard or need to renew your existing card, we will be offering that service on the day. There is more information about using your smartcard on the Society’s website. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a Smartcard appointment during the visit or if you have any further queries.