I am also heading up a working group examining inefficiencies in the Court Service. Please see the separate page on this site for details.
If you have any comments on any part of the work of any of the committees, please get in touch.
The Civil Justice Committee
To keep under review, and to promote improvements in civil litigation.
The Membership Board
(1) To set and oversee the implementation of policy for managing relationships with the profession, including (but not limited to) local law societies, Law Society groups, associations, sections, networks and divisions.
(2) To set and oversee the implementation of policy relating to services for members and others to include, but not be limited to, family members, potential entrants to the profession, non-solicitor employees of firms and to the public.
(3) To set and oversee the implementation of policy to support Council members in their work.
The Education and Training Committee
To set and oversee the implementation of policy for the promotion of solicitors' interests in regulatory matters relating to education and training. To assist the Regulatory Affairs Board in carrying out its function in scrutinising the Regulatory Boards in relation to education and training matters.
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