The LawCare team: supporting the legal sector

A message from our patron, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, The Right Honourable The Lord Burnett of Maldon.

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The LawCare staff team

  • Elizabeth Rimmer

    Chief Executive

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    Elizabeth started her working life as a solicitor specialising in clinical negligence. She has been managing and developing charities in the mental health sector for over 15 years, and joined LawCare as Chief Executive in 2014.

  • Trish McLellan

    Director of Engagement

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    Trish McLellan joined LawCare in 2005. Prior to this she practised as a family law solicitor in England before moving to Edinburgh where she is now based. Trish has a breadth of experience of the support we provide and was the staff lead on our Life in the Law research study; she regularly speaks about mental health at legal events.

  • Niamh Warnock

    Engagement and Relationship Manager

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    Niamh joined LawCare in February 2022 after 14 years working in the legal sector. Following on from 11 years practising as a property solicitor she took on a role with LawCare managing our team of amazing volunteers. Niamh now works alongside Trish building and developing our stakeholder relationships and raising awareness of our services with a particular emphasis on Northern Ireland. In this new role she continues to work alongside our support services team and also manages our Champions programme.

  • Rose Donnelly

    Engagement and Development Manager


    Rose joined LawCare as Office Manager in May 2021 after an administrative career spanning nearly 30 years, with experience in the legal and charity sectors, as well as five years running her own business. Rose’s new role encompasses building and developing key relationships with LawCare’s stakeholders and donors, in particular in England and Wales, and managing LawCare’s events and fundraising activities.

  • Anna Buttimore

    Support Services Manager

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    Anna is responsible for the day-to-day running of the LawCare support service. She is LawCare’s longest serving member of staff, and joined us in 1998 after working as a legal secretary for a sole practitioner.

  • Andrew Darnton

    Support and Volunteer Coordinator


    Prior to joining LawCare, Andrew spent 15 years working in the law, both as a commercial property solicitor and as a legal technology consultant. He is also a qualified mountain leader and wildlife enthusiast, championing the benefits of spending time in nature. Andrew looks after our dedicated volunteers and supporters and is passionate about improving wellbeing in the legal community.

  • Sarah Fitsell

    Communications manager

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    Sarah joined LawCare at the end of 2022. She has over 20 years experience working in communications and campaigning roles for charities and not-for-profits.

  • Emma Manley

    Office manager


    Emma joined LawCare in April 2023 and she is responsible for the efficient running of LawCare’s administrative processes. Emma has worked for 30 years in a broad range of roles within local government and the charity sector.

  • Mary Jackson

    Training Consultant

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    Mary has been a teacher and a solicitor, as well as Manager of the Law Society's South West Regional Office. Mary has been with LawCare since 2008. She is also a therapeutic counsellor and a full member of the BACP.

Our Trustees

  • Andrew Caplen

    Our chair Andrew is a Solicitor and Notary Public. He was President of the Law Society of England and Wales from 2014/2015. Andrew is a Consultant with Heppenstalls Solicitors in Hampshire. He is also Chair of Spurgeons Childrens Charity and Co-Director of ‘Restored’, a charity making a stand against issues of gender based violence.

  • Karl Cerski

    Karl qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in 1991 and has worked in a range of organisations in the commercial and NfP/charity sectors, latterly as CFO at the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and most recently as CFO at the Chartered Institute of Taxation

  • John Guerin

    John Guerin is a partner at BLM in Belfast where he specialises in defence litigation for insurance companies, employment law, and professional disciplinary and regulatory work.

  • Claire Joseph

    After a fee earning career spanning 20 years, Claire’s passion for driving the inclusion and wellbeing agenda led to a full-time career change and Claire is now the Inclusion and Wellbeing Manager at Pinsent Masons. She is also Chair of Lawcare’s EDI Working Group.

  • Kayleigh Leonie

    Kayleigh is solicitor specialising in employment law. Kayleigh has undertaken research, written articles and published best practice guidance for employers on supporting the wellbeing of their employees on behalf of The Law Society of England and Wales.

  • Alexandra Marks

    Alexandra Marks qualified as a solicitor in 1983, and was a partner at Linklaters (1990-2003). She now sits as a Deputy High Court Judge, Recorder and First Tier Tribunal Judge.

  • Ryan McCuaig

    Ryan McCuaig is an Associate in Infrastructure, Construction and Engineering Disputes at international law firm CMS, based in Glasgow. He previously chaired the board of a large charity in Scotland for four years and is an active member of the Men’s Wellbeing Group, which is a regular informal gathering of men in the legal profession to discuss topics focussed on mental health and wellbeing. Ryan is a first-generation graduate who was raised in one of the most deprived areas of the UK and has been a passionate advocate for social mobility in the legal and wider professions, a topic which he is regularly engaged to speak on at conferences and other events. Ryan also sits on LawCare’s Equity Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

  • Heather McKendrick

    Having studied the LLB at the University of Aberdeen, Heather has worked in Judicial training and in marketing before taking up a post at the Law Society of Scotland, where she has worked for the for the last 12 years leading the Careers and Outreach Team. Heather has established a number of national projects for the current and future members of the Scottish legal profession such as a mentoring project for trainees and solicitors. Heather has been involved in the development of a charity to support young people facing financial disadvantage – the Lawscot Foundation - and now leads this charity, along with focusing on social mobility, diversity and wellbeing within the profession.

  • Paul Nevin

    Paul qualified as a Registered Mental Nurse in 1991, was called to the English Bar in 2000 and is now a Scottish Solicitor. He is currently the Legal Manager (Conveyancing & Commercial) with The Highland Council. Paul also teaches Mental Health on a part-time basis with the University of the Highland & Islands.

  • Rachael O'Connor

    Rachael is an Associate Professor in Law at the University of Leeds and a former corporate tax solicitor at Pinsent Masons LLP. Rachael is passionate about diversity, inclusion and wellness both in legal education and the profession and in her role as Director of Student Support in the School, has led on wellbeing and inclusion strategies and interventions for law students. Her research expertise focus on reverse mentoring as a diversity and inclusion intervention, as well as co-designing interventions with stakeholders and participants. Rachael has won prizes in the higher education sector for her work on reverse mentoring.

  • Lucinda Soon

    Lucinda specialises in advising law firms on professional ethics and SRA regulation. She has a particular interest in matters relating to workplace culture, well-being, and ethical behaviours in the workplace. Lucinda is also a doctoral researcher in organisational psychology. Her research focuses on the workplace environment and well-being of lawyers. She has an MSc in Psychology and is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (GMBPsS). Lucinda was also a co-researcher on LawCare’s Life in the Law research study.

  • Emma Williams

    A litigator by background, Emma found her calling in law firm Risk & Compliance, specialising in AML, data privacy, professional ethics and SRA regulation. She has worked in the City for over 20 years with the last decade exclusively in US law firms. Outside of her “day job”, albeit the connections are not as tenuous as you might think, Emma is a certified Stress & Resilience Coach and Mindfulness Teacher. She is a member of The Law Society’s Money Laundering Task Force and a visiting professor at a leading London law school.

Our Champions

  • Karen Baxter

    Partner, Lewis Silkin LLP

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    Karen is Head of Lewis Silkin’s Investigations and Regulatory group and sits on the Firm's Strategy Board. She specialises in employment and partnership law, and regularly conducts complex and highly sensitive workplace investigations, alongside her advisory work. Karen has a diverse client base, with a particular emphasis towards advising major domestic and international law firms and other professional services organisations on all aspects of their relationships with their employees and members/partners. This includes resolving issues such as contentious team moves, the enforcement of restrictive covenants and issues arising out of disability and ill health. Karen is a passionate advocate of the importance of mental wellbeing both inside and outside of the workplace, and is a qualified Mental Health First Aider. Karen leads Lewis Silkin's mental health campaign, #ThisPlaceMinds.

  • Paul Bennett

    Partner, Bennett Briegal LLP

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    Paul Bennett is a solicitor, mediator and arbitrator who advises law firms and solicitors on SRA regulatory matters, anti-money laundering, employment and partnership law at the specialist law firm to other law firms Bennett Briegal LLP. Mental health and solicitors wellbeing is a constant topic of discussion with clients.

  • Chloe Benton

    Associate, Reed Smith LLP

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    Chloe works at Reed Smith LLP as an Associate in the Banking & Finance team. She is also a qualified Mental Health First Aider. As a keen advocate of mental wellbeing in the workplace, Chloe is passionate about driving new initiatives to bring about positive change in the profession.

  • Gillian Bishop

    Consultant, Family Law in Partnership

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    Gillian is a consultant at Family Law in Partnership. She is a founding member of the firm, setting it up in 1995 to provide a distinctive client focused family law service. As an experienced family lawyer, Gillian wanted to create a firm for clients looking for a holistic approach to their divorce. Gillian’s aim is to keep the family unit as amicably cohesive as possible. Gillian’s achievements in law – which include being named as a top-ranked family lawyer by leading legal directories such as Legal 500 UK and Chambers – are a result of her dedication to and knowledge of the profession, but it is her commitment to forming strong relationships with her clients that truly shines through.

  • Andrea Brewster

    OBE Lead Executive Officer, IP Inclusive

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    Andrea is a Chartered Patent Attorney and a former President of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA). She is Lead Executive Officer of IP Inclusive, an initiative which she founded in 2015 to promote equality, diversity, inclusion and wellbeing throughout the UK’s IP professions. Promoting mental wellbeing is a key part of IP Inclusive’s agenda; Andrea has worked with LawCare on a number of related projects and promotes their work within the IP Inclusive community. She is particularly interested in the intersections between mental wellbeing, diversity and inclusivity.

  • Simon Davis

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    After nearly 40 years as a litigator Simon understands well how difficult life can be. He says ' We solicitors shoulder the burdens of our clients, taking their stress onto ourselves. Knowing that there is a caring professional out there whose job it is to look after the solicitor is so important.'

  • Clare Good

    Solicitor, Capital Law and Wellbeing Officer, Cardiff Law Society

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    Clare is a Commercial Disputes solicitor at Capital Law in Cardiff. As chair of the Cardiff JLD wellbeing was top of her agenda and she planned a number of fully booked events for Mental Health Awareness Week. As Clare stands down from chair she will take the role of Well-being Officer with both the JLD and the local Cardiff Law Society.

  • Catherine Hart

    Partner, Professional Support Lawyer

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    Catherine is a partner and professional support lawyer at Digby Brown LLP, a Scottish firm that specialises in pursuing personal injury claims. Catherine is a member of the Lawscot Steering Group, which was set up in 2018 to provide a clear strategic direction for Lawscot Wellbeing, a Law Society of Scotland initiative that promotes emotional wellbeing. Catherine has a long standing interest in mental health issues.

  • Gillian Higgins

    Barrister and Meditation teacher

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    Gillian is an international criminal barrister at The Chambers of 9 Bedford Row. She is head of the International Practice Group and is also an accredited meditation teacher. Since 2016, she has been introducing the concept and benefits of mindfulness to the Bar and the legal profession generally. She is author of "Mindfulness at Work and Home".

  • Jodie Hill

    Managing Director, Thrive Law

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    Jodie trained as a barrister, cross-qualified as a solicitor & founded Thrive Law in Leeds. She's passionate about encouraging understanding and ending stigma around mental health to create a happier, healthier workforce. Her campaigning led to extensive media coverage and saw her shortlisted for Law Society Gazette Legal Personality of the Year 2018 and awarded a fellowship of the Royal Society for Public Health.

  • Dr Kirsty J Hood QC


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    Kirsty is an Advocate at the Scottish Bar. She has been in practice at the Bar since 2001, and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2015. While she maintains a varied civil practice, her particular expertise is in private international law. In October 2014, Kirsty became the first woman to be elected as Clerk of Faculty at the Faculty of Advocates – a position which she held until April 2019. Kirsty has shown an active commitment to supporting the equality and diversity agenda within the legal profession. As Clerk of Faculty, she represented the Faculty of Advocates on the Legal Wellbeing Scotland Group which was set up in 2016, and she understands the importance of wellbeing and mental health for the legal profession.

  • Karen Jackson

    Solicitor & Managing Director, didlaw

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    Karen Jackson is a leading expert in disability discrimination law. She has a particular interest in mental health and is also a fierce advocate for equality and freedom from discrimination and harassment for women at work. Her firm, didlaw, was established following her successful recovery from a heart transplant. Didlaw advises across all areas of employment. Karen is a commentator on disability and sex discrimination issues.

  • Claire Jacques

    Lawyer and psychotherapist

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    Claire is a part-time commercial/technology lawyer at Taylor Vinters and is also an accredited psychotherapist. She has a particular interest working with professionals and academics; exploring the challenges of working in an often high-pressured professional environment and the impact this can have on emotional/physical wellbeing.

  • Malvika Jaganmohan

    Barrister, St Ives Chambers


    Malvika is a barrister specialising in family law. Following a serious mental health crisis in her pupillage year, Malvika has tried to encourage open discussions around mental ill-health amongst lawyers and the support that can be put in place for them. She runs a blog called ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ which aims to challenge mental health stigma within the profession.

  • Sam Jardine

    Partner, Fieldfisher

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    Sam is a partner in Fieldfisher's technology and data group. He has worked for the best part of quarter of a century in a profession that is demanding and stressful, yet intellectually rewarding and full of fascinating people. This has taught - and is still teaching - him that if we look after ourselves properly, we become better able to look out for others. He thinks the small things that we do each day along that trajectory will ripple out and ultimately result in a better and emotionally healthier legal community.

  • Susan Lamb

    Group Records Manager, Shell


    Susan is a lawyer for Shell International specialising in information management compliance. She leads the Care in Legal Programme for Shell Group Legal and was awarded Shell Legal Leadership team individual award for the Programme . She is passionate about creating a culture that supports mental health and believes that lawyers should “thrive not just survive”. She is a qualified NLP Practitioner.

  • David McCahon

    Global Head of Commercial, Innovation and Technology, Legal & Wellbeing Leader at Barclays

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    David leads the Global Commercial, Innovation and Technology Legal team in Barclays and leads the Legal Department’s work on Wellbeing. He qualified as a barrister after getting his law degree from Reading University and a Master of Law degree from Cambridge. He is chair of trustees of a counselling charity in Suffolk, a Governor at Goodenough College in London and on the board of Now Teach.

  • Nick O'Neill

    Chambers Director, Oriel Chambers

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    Nick had a successful career as a litigation solicitor, working in both the private and public sectors before joining Oriel Chambers as Chambers Director. He is a Lawcare volunteer, mental health first aider and OU student coach / mentor.

  • James Pereira

    QC Barrister and Coach

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    James is a tenant at Francis Taylor Building, practising in planning and environmental law. He engages in learning, practicing and teaching techniques to support professional performance and wellbeing in the law, believing that the best lawyers are well lawyers. He is a professional organisational and systemic coach, a licensed NLP Master Practitioner, trained in creativity, meditation, hypnosis & non-violent communication.

  • Wendy Quinn

    Senior Risk Lawyer, Pinsent Masons

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    Wendy has longstanding experience of helping colleagues with mental health issues in the workplace and sees mental wellbeing as key in the legal profession with technological advances making it more difficult to leave work behind at the end of the day. She also tutors at Glasgow University, so sees challenges faced by those entering the profession.

  • Lloyd Rees

    Knowledge Lawyer, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

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    Lloyd Rees is a Knowledge Lawyer in the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer London office. Lloyd’s main specialism is Brexit and its implications for business. Lloyd has spoken and written extensively about his own mental health conditions to help raise awareness in the legal profession.

  • Peter Riddleston

    Learning & Quality Director, LawNet

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    Peter started his career as a solicitor before moving into legal education and professional development. He has significant experience of designing learning programmes for lawyers and is responsible for LawNet’s learning programme and quality standard. Peter has introduced training on mental health and wellbeing for LawNet members and has written and spoken widely about his own experiences of anxiety and depression.

  • Anna Robinson

    Senior Solicitor and Psychotherapist

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    Anna retrained as a psychotherapist (and soon to be clinical supervisor) following a long career as a senior immigration solicitor in the City. She has since practised in both careers; working with a range of emotional issues in her private therapy practice and leading wellbeing initiatives at a highly acclaimed boutique law firm. Anna presents on mental health issues within the legal profession and is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor.

  • Joanne Theodoulou

    General Counsel at Simply Business and Trustee of Mind, the mental health charity

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    Joanne is the General Counsel of Simply Business, the UK’s largest business insurance provider where she is a passionate advocate for workplace wellbeing. She sits on the board of trustees of Mind, the mental health charity, bringing a compassionate understanding of mental health problems based on experience, and with it the vital message of hope.

  • Emma Walker


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    Emma practised as a solicitor at Leigh Day for over a decade, initially as a Spanish-speaking solicitor in the international department and then, for almost 8 years, working on regulatory and disciplinary matters, co-founding a professional discipline team in 2018 and specialising in advising legal professionals reporting and responding to the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Emma has seen how wellbeing can affect decision-making and the impact regulatory and disciplinary matters can have on individuals, prompting her to become a LawCare champion. Emma currently lives in New York.

  • Claire Weldon

    Associate, DAC Beachcroft

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    Claire is an Associate at DAC Beachcroft specialising in Clinical Negligence. Claire has worked in private practice for nearly 20 years, but feels that DAC Beachcroft is the first firm she has worked for that puts employees health and wellbeing front and centre. As a member of the firm’s Wellbeing Committee, Claire is passionate about making the workplace a better place for all. She has trained as a Mental Health Champion and writes a regular “Wellbeing Wednesday” blog which covers a wide variety of topics connected to achieving the elusive work/life balance.

  • Victoria Wilson

    Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers, and 2020 Chair of Wellbeing at the Bar

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    Victoria is a family law barrister, practising principally in financial remedy and private law children cases. She is the elected 2020 Chair of the Wellbeing at the Bar Working Group which carries out work on behalf of all barristers, clerks and staff in England and Wales. She is also the Chair of the Family Law Bar Association Wellbeing Subcommittee. Her recent articles include Our Wellbeing Stock, Counsel Magazine, 2020 and Wellbeing: What Has Happened And Where Are We Now? Family Affairs, 2020.

  • James McFarlane

    In-house Legal Counsel in NatWest Group Plc’s Outsourcing, Technology and Intellectual Property Team

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    James is extremely passionate about ending the stigma around mental health and runs a Men’s Wellbeing Group for those involved in the legal profession in Scotland. James is also a mental health first aider and has written extensively and appeared on various podcasts discussing his own mental health challenges and the wellbeing challenges within the legal profession as a whole.

  • Sonay Erten

    Consultant Solicitor Advocate at Legal Studio Solicitor

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    As a late-diagnosed autistic and ADHDer, Sonay is passionate about promoting acceptance of neurodiversity in the legal profession. She is keen for the profession to be accepting of all and openly writes and talks about her experiences of anxiety, depression, burnout and imposter syndrome. She has done a TedX talk on autism and ADHD and is also a coach for autistic and ADHD members of the profession.

  • William Wilson

    Solicitor at Thompson Crooks Solicitors

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    William graduated from Ulster University in 2018 before qualifying as a Solicitor in Northern Ireland in 2020. Working in Thompson Crooks Solicitors Real Estate Team advising on a range of property matters. Due to an early diagnosis of ADHD William strives to promote more discussions around mental health and wellbeing.

  • Shaheen Mamun

    Solicitor and co-founder of Black Antelope Law

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    Black Antelope Law is an initiative that brings together solicitors and barristers to drive change in the legal industry and was the first entity to be awarded for Certificate of Recognition for Wellbeing at the Bar by the BSB. Shaheen serves as a Social Mobility Ambassador for the Law Society of England and Wales and is also the Strategic Partnership lead at the Muslim Employment Charter, which aims to help employers better accommodate the needs of Muslim professionals in the workplace. Shaheen was recognised as one of the Top 100 Influential Muslims for Championing and Celebrating Diversity and was ranked in the Top 10 for Influential Muslims in the Legal Industry. Corporate INTL Global Award. Having being diagnosed with High-Functioning ADHD, Shaheen is committed to raising awareness on mental health wellbeing in the legal professional, particularly those from a BAME background.

  • Richard Martin

    Executive Officer of the Mindful Business Charter, Principal Consultant at byrne∙dean, author, FRSA, mental health champion, coach and MHFA instructor

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    Richard runs the Mindful Business Charter and chairs the Lord Mayor of London’s This is Me campaign which uses story telling to break down the stigma around mental illness. Richard has his own story of breakdown in the middle of a successful legal career which he told in his 2018 memoir This Too Will Pass – Anxiety in a Professional World. He is a coach and mental health first aid instructor and one of our peer supporters.

  • Julie Hedge

    Legal PA at Shoosmiths

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    Julie, a Legal PA with a background as a junior legal secretary and paralegal, advocates for mental health awareness in the legal profession. Diagnosed with depression and anxiety at 18, she champions a psychologically safe work environment where authenticity and vulnerability are embraced.

  • Jude Copeland

    Legal Review Manager and Associate in the Legal Technology Group of Cleaver Fulton Rankin Solicitors, Belfast.

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    Jude is keen for the profession to both understand and reflect our diverse community so that we can better serve and advise it. Jude is passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion. He was a founding trustee of White Ribbon NI, a male led charity to end gender based violence and is a current trustee of PIPS Suicide Prevention Ireland. Jude is an advisor to a number of LGBTQIA+ organisations and is a frequent speaker on LGBTQIA+ issues and history.

  • Helen Whiteman

    Chief Executive Officer at Chartered Institute of Taxation

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    Helen first encountered LawCare when she joined CILEx some 15 years ago. During her time there she was a member of the Legal Charities Garden Party planning committee and when she became Chief Operating Officer she continued to support the co-funding of LawCare’s important work via the professions. She then moved on to become CEO of CILEx Regulation, where she continued her relationship with LawCare, delivering the ethos and messages that LawCare promoted to increase awareness of mental health and wellbeing. Helen became a Trustee of LawCare in 2018 and took on the additional role of treasurer in 2021. She stepped down from the Board at the beginning of 2024. Helen is also a mental health first aider and continues to be a passionate supporter of our work we are delighted that she has agreed to come on board as a Champion!

  • Céline Winham

    Employment lawyer at Irwin Mitchell LLP

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    Céline is an employment lawyer at Irwin Mitchell LLP working within their specialist Senior Executive and Professional Discipline employment team. Céline has a particular interest in discrimination, especially disability discrimination and mental health matters. She is passionate about mental wellbeing and is a trained Peer Supporter with LawCare. She mentors junior solicitors at her firm, she co-chairs the IM Junior Professionals network in the London office and provides pro bono legal advice to individuals outside of work.

LawCare is supported by our fantastic volunteers, all of whom have worked in, or currently work in the law.

  • Helpline Volunteers

    Laurie A, Julie B,  James B, Mavis B,  Jane B-S, Kate C,  Anna C, Lauren D, Huw E, Caroline E, Maria E, Rachel G, Hannah G, Charlotte H, Grace H, John H, Deji H, Sue J, Charlie J, Susan K, Michael L, Angus L, Daniel M, Esme M, Miranda M, Jane M, Neil M, Katie M, Angus M, Anthony M, Sue M, Sophie M, Bernadette N, Lucja N,  Fiona O, Kim P, Naomi P, Claire R,  Lee S, Nina V, Matt V, Forbes W.

  • Online Chat Volunteers

    Laurie A, Rachel B, Mandy C, Claire D, Rachel E, Nicola E, Maria E,  Andrew H, Michael L,  Alasdair L, Frieda L, Daniel M, Sue M, Emma O'B,  Fiona O'K, Jeannie S. Isabel V, Anna Z.

  • Peer Supporters

    Charlotte A, Tim A,  Sue A,  Laurie A, Miranda B, James B, Leigh B, Stephanie B, Kunal B, Christoper B, Caroline B, Rachel B, Jane B-S, Kate B, Jaqueline B, Alexis B, Sarah B, Ann C, Mandy C, Steven C, Anna C, Angela D, Ann D, Karen D, Melford, Jane D, Francis D, Tanya D, Paul D, Huw E, Caroline E, Rachel E, Sonay E, Ruth F, Michael F, Adi F, Charlotte H, Grace H, Michaela H, John H, Jaqueline H, Stephen H, Deji H, Toby H, Sophie J, Claire J, Sue J, Charlie J,  Sally J, Kal K, Simon K, Susan K, Alberto KP, Michael L, Judith L, Sarah LF, Frieda L, Katy L, Jonathan L, Angus L, Seonaid M, Richard M, Jane M, Esme M, Alex M, Daniel M, Katie M, Maya M, Angus M, Anthony M, Sue M, Sophie M, Sam M, Moya M, Rachel M, Anna M, Joyce M, Gavin M,  Bernadette N, Nick O, Danielle P, Gavin P, Andrew P, Susannah P,  Stuart P, Claire R, Siân R, Andrew R, Martin R, Philip R, Fiona R, Laura S, Manreet S, Simon S, Ashley S, Harriet S, Caroline S, Dan S, Victoria S, Caroline S, Victoria T, Trish T, Chloe T, Wendy T, Nina V, Matt V, Isabel V, Louise W, Forbes W, Jade W, Céline W, Doris W, Carol W.

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