The Legal Mind Podcast: In conversation with Lubna Shuja

LawCare’s CEO, Elizabeth Rimmer, talks to Lubna Shuja, President of the Law Society of England and Wales. 

In this podcast, Lubna talks about her journey to becoming President, the particular pressures faced by sole practitioners and the importance of healthy workplace cultures to support ethical decision making.

Lubna Shuja is the first Asian, the first Muslim and only the 7th female to become President of the Law Society of England and Wales, which represents 200,000 solicitors.  

Lubna works with a number of professional regulators.  She is currently an Adjudicator Chair of Social Work England’s Fitness to Practise Committee, a Legally Qualified Chair of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s Fitness to Practise Committee and a Chair of the General Chiropractic Council’s Investigating Committee.  Lubna was a Chair of the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service and a Chair for the Disciplinary Committees of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, as well as a Deputy Clerk at the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.

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