From negotiating with and lobbying the profession’s regulators, government and others, to offering training and advice, the Law Society of England and Wales is to help, protect and promote the profession.

As the legal landscape continues to change, the Law Society is taking a hard look at how it continues to support, promote and represent solicitors in the future, and we want your help. As a student lawyer, trainee or junior solicitor, it’s vital that we get your views on what the Law Society should do as the profession’s representative body.

  • What do you think the future of the legal sector looks like?
  • What do you think regulation should look like?
  • What should the Law Society’s role in legal education and professional standards be?
  • What would you like to see the Law Society do more of?

You can join in with the discussion on the future of your profession on Twitter every Thursday from 3-4pm.

Each week there will be a new topic to discuss - keep an eye on the hashtag #LawSociety2020, the Law Society’s main Twitter account, @TheLawSociety, and the Junior Lawyers Division’s main Twitter account, @juniorlawyers, to find out what’s coming next.

If you don’t have Twitter - or you have more to say than can be squeezed into a tweet - you can also email your thoughts to

We look forward to hearing from you!

Max Harris

Chair of the Junior Lawyers Division of the Law Society