LawSoc election sees future president voted in
The Law Society has elected its future leader with the appointment of Nick Fluck as its new deputy vice president (DVP). The Law Society Council has voted in Fluck, a partner at Stapleton & Son in Lincolnshire, to take up the role from in July this year. The election means that Fluck, who is chair of the Law Society's technology and law reference group, will become Law Society president in 2013. He stood against Denis Cameron and Ian Kelcey in the vote, which closed yesterday (11 April).
The Law Society has elected its future leader with the appointment of Nick Fluck as its new deputy vice president (DVP).
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