President of the Law Society to address virtual gathering

I. Stephanie Boyce, President of the Law Society of England and Wales, will be the speaker at the online ‘City Legal Leaders’ event, which takes place at 8.00am on Friday morning, 28 May. The meeting, which is organised by ChaplaincyPlus, takes place at the end of the week which marks the first anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Stephanie will be speaking on ‘Race, Equality and Law.’ She will also reference her role in the Law Society. Following her talk, there will be opportunity to ask questions.

I. Stephanie Boyce is the 177th President of the Law Society of England and Wales. She is the sixth female and first person of colour to hold the office. Stephanie was admitted as a solicitor in 2002 and has a wealth of experience in corporate governance, regulatory frameworks and professional regulation. Stephanie holds a master of laws in public law and global governance from King’s College, University of London and is a fellow of the Chartered Governance Institute. In 2020, Stephanie was voted on to the ‘Governance Hot 100 – Board Influencer’ and made the Power List ‘100 Most Influential Black People’ in the UK in 2021.

Although Stephanie’s talk will carry the perspective of a lawyer, Friday’s ‘City Legal Leaders’ session will be accessible and useful to people from all sectors of business and industry. For more information and to register attendance, follow THIS LINK.

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