Law Society elects managing partner of virtual law firm as future president
Mental health and human rights lawyer Lucy Scott-Moncrieff has been chosen as the future leader of the Law Society after winning a vote to take on the deputy vice president (DVP) role. She will take office in July when Linda Lee replaces Bob Heslett as president and Allen & Overy antitrust consultant John Wotton becomes vice president. The society elects a new DVP each year, who then automatically progresses over a three-year period to become vice president and then president.
Mental health and human rights lawyer Lucy Scott-Moncrieff has been chosen as the future leader of the Law Society after winning a vote to take on the deputy vice president (DVP) role.
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