The Liver Building

Annual Dinner


Date: Thursday 7th November, 2019

Time: 6.45pm for 7.30pm

Garden of Eden
6th Floor, The Shankly Hotel
60 Victoria Street
Liverpool, L1 6JD

Event Code: S4299



Calling all members of Liverpool Law Society and their guests.

Celebrate being part of a strong, proud and vibrant legal profession at the Society’s flagship event, the 192nd Annual Dinner.

We are delighted to announce the guest speaker is

James Timpson OBE

Chair of the Prison Reform Trust

This event is aimed at members of Liverpool Law Society and their guests.  Those attending the 2019 Dinner are:

Bennett Williams Solicitors, Bermans, BLM, Brabners, Carpenters, Catherine Higgins Law, Excello Law, EY Riverview Law, Hill Dickinson, Husband Forwood Morgan, Interlink Recruitment, Jackson Lees Group, JMW,  Latitude Law, Levins Law, Liverpool Law Society, Liverpool University Law School, Merseyside Junior Lawyers Division, Midshire Business Systems, Morecrofts, MSB, O’Connors Legal Services, Oriel Chambers, Past Presidents, Slater & Gordon, SPG Law, St John’s Buildings Chambers, Taylor Wessing, The University of Law and Weightmans.

Dress code: Black Tie

There will be a collection on the night for the President’s nominated charities: ‘Love, Jasmine’  (Registered Charity no 1169397) and the ‘North West Legal Support Trust’ (Registered Charity no 1131529).

Speaker Biographies

James Timpson OBE has been Timpson Chief Executive since 2002 after taking over the role from Sir John Timpson.  Timpson has over 1,750 branches nationwide. Working closely with the prison service, Timpson’s are able to identify potential candidates within prisons who have the right kind of personality to make it on release working within the business. It’s a closely managed process from selection, training and mentoring up to release, with the opportunity to secure employment with the company from walking out the gates. 10% of Timpson colleagues were recruited directly from prison.

Away from Timpson, in his role as Chair of the Prison Reform Trust, James uses his considerable experience to steer this charity. The Trust has a strong track record of driving changes in policy and practice.  The Prison Reform Trust (PRT) is an independent UK charity working to create a just, humane and effective penal system.  The Prison Reform Trust’s main objectives are:

  • reducing unnecessary imprisonment and promoting community solutions to crime
  • improving treatment and conditions for prisoners and their families
  • promoting equality and human rights in the justice system.


Individual £80
Table £800
Note: 20% VAT added at checkout