As company secretary and legal director for London Underground Frances Low was heavily involved in the controversial Public Private Partnership initiative, which saw the group transfer its business to Transport for London in July. Now she takes up the newly created role of director of legal services at the Law Society of England and Wales as it fights to hold on to its regulatory powers. Here she speaks to Legal Director about her new role and why she hates life to be boring
What do you consider to be your main achievements after 24 years at London Transport and London Underground?Working with London Underground on the modernisation after the King’s Cross fire and helping the board achieve the Public Private Partnership. Also establishing a really excellent legal team to pass on to Transport for London.
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