A partner at a Rugby law firm has been named Deputy Vice President of The Warwickshire Law Society.
Linda Jones, Brethertons Family Partner, has more than 25 years experience in the profession and has built up a formidable reputation in family law, both locally and nationally.
Most recently, she has been behind the initiative ‘New Beginnings: The Next Chapter’ – a bespoke counselling service, free of charge to Brethertons customers going through family proceedings, to help them manage the difficult period in their life.
The Warwickshire Law Society, which has more than 500 members and is over 100 years old, invited Linda to sit on the board, with the intention that she will become President of the society in two years’ time.
Her responsibility in the current role will be to support the current Vice President and President in their aim of representing and promoting solicitors in the region.
Linda, who has succeeded David Murray of Murray Brankin, said: “The Law Society has a huge part to play in ensuring individuals have access to justice and in supporting solicitors during these challenging times. I’m excited about the opportunity to contribute to supporting justice and the profession, which is something I feel so passionate about.”
I’m excited about the opportunity to contribute to supporting justice and the profession, which is something I feel so passionate about.Linda Jones, Brethertons Family Partner & Deputy Vice President of The Warwickshire Law Society
Trevor Dyer, Partner and Head of Finance and Administration at Brethertons, is also on the Warwickshire Law Society’s Council, and sits as the Society’s Area Representatives for the Rugby area.
Trevor said: “I’m delighted Linda has taken on this role. The Society is a key organisation in our field, in terms of support for lawyers, but also in acting as a gateway for clients looking for solicitors in the area. As a firm that is passionate about client service, Brethertons is proud to have two of its Partners on the committee of such as valuable organisation.”