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LIV October Board report

LIV October Board report

By LIV Media

Communication Leadership 


The LIV Council meets 8 times a year to consider matters of importance to members, the legal profession and the community.

LIV October Board report

The Board held its regular meeting on Thursday 17 October 2019.

Reports were received from the President Stuart Webb and CEO Adam Awty.

Professional Standards Councils
The Board also heard from Professional Standards Councils Chair John Vine and CEO Roxane Marcelle-Shaw who provided an overview of the strategy of the PSC including continued engagement with professional associations to support those members who are part of the scheme.

LIV news
LIV General Manager Member Knowledge and Learning Kellie Hamilton presented a strategy on the future landscape and direction for professional education and learning 2019-2022.

The Board also approved the LIV’s annual financial statements and the annual report for publication on 28 October. President Stuart Webb, President-elect Sam Pandya and CEO Adam Awty and President elect will outline these documents at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 20 November. The Board also noted that voting will commence for the Council elections on Monday 28 October and close at 5 pm on Wednesday 13 November.

Quarterly performance update on progress to agreed business plans from the LIV divisions were received and noted.

Governance Review

Consultants Cameron Ralph Khoury provided its first report on governance review, which outlined the feedback received through the first part of consultation. The Board was pleased to hear the views of members expressed through this first phase.


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