LLG AGM 1st April 2017, 12.45 pm, Warwick University

Publish date: 09/03/2017

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of LAWYERS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT will be held at the

Woods-Scawen Room, Warwick University
on Saturday 1st April 2017 at 12:45

The following documents can be downloaded below and are also available from the LLG website document library (AGM Documents folder)

Notice of Meeting
Proxy Form

LLG Resolve Executive Board Arrangements Ahead of it's AGM.

The Board have resolved to recommend to the AGM that Doreen Forrester-Brown continue as President of LLG for a further 6 months to enable her to see through the Governance Review of which she has been so integral.

In response Doreen stated "I am humbled and honoured that the Board have recommended to the membership that I continue the Presidency for a further 6 months to see through the governance review. When I took office in 2016, I made a commitment to review the governance arrangements for LLG to ensure they were open, transparent, inclusive and provided value for money for our members. I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to see the review to it's conclusion. I would like to thank Southwark and my team for their continued support together with the board and membership of LLG".

Suki Binjal will be recommended for Vice President and take over from Doreen in October 2017. Suki will continue with the governance review and work with the Board to implement the recommendations. In addition, Suki will continue with the LLG's ambition to develop and support our members as 21st Century Public Sector Lawyers.

Phillip Horsfield is recommended as Deputy Vice President assuming the Vice President role in October 2017 with the intention of occupying the Presidency in 2019.

Following an open competitive process Quentin Baker is recommended by the board to appointment of second Deputy Vice President assuming sole duties in October 2017. LLG are particularly delighted to welcome Quentin as a new addition to the Executive Board subject to the AGM resolution.