Aaron & Partners Hosts Law Society Board Meeting
14th December, 2012
Aaron & Partners LLP was delighted to be able to host the latest Law Society membership board meeting recently at its offices in Chester.
The membership board is responsible for setting and overseeing the implementation of policy for managing relationships with the profession, services for members and others and supporting Council members in their work and regularly moves away from its London base on Chancery Lane to hold meetings in different parts of the country.
Andy Duxbury, CEO of Aaron & Partners, said “It was a great honour to be able to host the Law Society board meeting here at our head office in Chester. Several of our Partners had the opportunity to meet with the board members over lunch to discuss a number of current issues affecting the legal profession and it was a great chance to hear first hand about some of the things the Law Society is working on.”
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