The Law Society relies on the excellent work of our many volunteers, including our Benchers, lawyers and others from the legal community.
Volunteers serve as members of committees, task forces and working groups, as guest instructors, lecturers and authors, as practice reviewers, practice supervisors and conduct reviewers and as event panelists and advisors on special projects.
How to Volunteer
Law Society committees, task forces and working groups: Contact Renee Collins, Manager Executive Support
Professional Legal Training Course instructor or lecturer: Contact Lynn Burns, Deputy Director, PLTC. The program is actively looking for guest instructors on mediation, family law, residential conveyance, criminal practice, corporate practice, PPSA, buying and selling a business, wills and practice management, as well as to serve as mock civil trial and chambers judges. Please note the subject areas you are volunteering to teach and the time frame for which you are available. More information about volunteering for PLTC.
Professional Legal Training Course author: Contact Katie McConchie.
Practice reviews and supervision: Contact Kensi Gounden, Manager, Standards & Professional Development
The Law Society also makes appointments or nominations to boards, councils or committees of outside bodies.