The Sussex Law Society is independent of other Local Law Societies and of the solicitors’ controlling bodies, the Law Society and the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA). Members include employed solicitors, sole practitioners, firms specialising in particular areas of law, firms carrying on general practice, substantial regional firms, & firms with international connections. As a result, the range and breadth of expertise of its members for both the private and business client is extensive.
The Society’s principal objects include:
- The protection of the character, status, rights and interests of its members and of the profession of solicitors generally.
- The promotion of honorable practice among solicitors.
- The consideration of questions affecting the profession at large, or the alteration or administration of the law, and
- The promotion of legal education.
Officers & Committee 2016/17
Management of the Society is by a General Committee consisting of the Officers who are elected annually at the AGM (President, Vice-President, Honorary Treasurer and Honorary Secretary) and six elected members. In addition, it includes the Immediate Past President, any member who is a member of the Council of the Law Society and other members co-opted by the elected Committee. Details of the current Committee are given below.
If you are a member interested in joining the Committee, please contact the Administrative Officer, email@example.com