Junior Lawyers Division

Law Society Council and JLD representation

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The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors, and represents and supports its members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law.

The Law Society is governed by its Council, set up under its Royal Charter. The Council agrees the strategic direction of the Society’s work, including the annual business plan and budget, changes to Law Society policy and rules, and the focus of our efforts on behalf of our diverse membership.

The Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) has three representatives on the Law Society Council whose role is to support the JLD by representing junior lawyers’ interests on the Council. This covers the full spectrum of the JLD membership – LPC students, trainees and solicitors up to five years qualified. The three JLD seats are allocated as follows:

  • LPC students and trainees: one seat / two year term.
  • Solicitors up to five years qualified: two seats / four year terms

Find out more about the Law Society

Find out more about the Law Society Council and read the reports from Council meetings

Meet your JLD Council representatives

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About the Junior Lawyers Division

Your Junior Lawyers Division is dedicated to meeting the needs of all LPC students, LPC graduates (including those working as paralegals), trainee solicitors, and solicitors with up to five years post qualification experience.

See our 2016/17 Engagement Programme.

JLD benefits

TM Lewin

JLD offers a range of exclusively negotiated products and services, including a special discount with T. M. Lewin.

Find out more about our benefits