Society's News


Notice of AGM, 20 November 2018

The Council and Executive of Bristol Law Society would like to invite all members of Bristol Law Society to the 148th Annual General Meeting to be held at 12 Colston Avenue BS1 4ST on 20 November 2018. We are pleased to attach a formal Notice of AGM for the purposes of conducting the business as set out in the attached … more


BLS features in Bristol Post oldest thriving companies in Bristol

Excerpt from the article: How Bristol’s oldest companies are still thriving after more than 100 years in business They include the city’s last-surviving chocolate maker a wine merchant and a tannery. Why do some companies struggle to survive beyond a year while others flourish for hundreds? Although more than 90 per cent of small companies in Britain will survive one … more


BLS Member discount offer on GCHQ certified Social Engineering Course – 8 August

Red Goat Cyber Security are offering Bristol Law Society members a 15% discount on their upcoming GCHQ certified Social Engineering course at Imperial College on the 8th of August. This interactive half-day cyber security course helps you identify and prevent social engineering attacks such as phishing and impersonation by placing you in the position of the hackers to enable you … more


Women in Property Upcoming Events


Please Click on the link to see attached WiP events for the Bristol/ Bath/ Gloucestershire and Wiltshire area in the coming month:

If you are currently considering becoming a member of Women in Property, please note that the current fee of £124 for our South West branch will be increasing by £5 to £129 on 1st March.  Membership runs for twelve months from the month of joining.

To apply for membership of the Association you can either download a form from the website at http://www.womeninproperty.org.uk/non-members/how-to-join.aspx and pay by cheque / electronic bill payment or you can apply online at http://www.womeninproperty.org.uk/non-members/apply.aspx and pay by debit / credit card. 

In the southwest region, they  have organised over 80 events in the last year ranging from seminars, debates, networking lunches and others besides.  The members and event attendees come from a range of different backgrounds throughout the property and construction industries and people are at various stages in their career which is great for meeting new connections and finding out more about the industry.  Member ticket prices are significantly less than non-members and some events are free for (and sometimes restricted to only) members.

They also offer a mentoring programme to members and you can find out more about this from the website at http://www.womeninproperty.org.uk/mentoring.aspx.