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Thu, 27 Oct


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Diversity of Thought - Lubna Shuja

Diversity of Thought (DoT) is a series of interactive speaker sessions to inspire the next generation of UK minority ethnic leaders. Join Lubna Shuja, the incoming President of the Law Society, for this inspiring talk.

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Diversity of Thought - Lubna Shuja
Diversity of Thought - Lubna Shuja

Time & Location

27 Oct 2022, 12:30 – 14:00

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About the Event

Diversity of Thought is aimed at supporting professionals at middle to senior management level into trustee and Non-Executive Director (NED) roles.

It is a unique programme, the first of its kind originating from South West England, and our aim is to support ambitious Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) people with impactful knowledge, and inspiring real-life stories, to move them up to leadership positions.

Lubna Shuja is the incoming President of the Law Society. She will be the first President of Asian heritage, the first Muslim, and only the seventh female President since The Law Society’s inaugural year in 1825.

Having qualified as a solicitor in 1992, Lubna is now sole practitioner at Legal Swan Solicitors in Birmingham, a firm she set up in 2007.

Lubna has been a member of the Law Society Council since 2013, currently sitting on the society’s board and chairing its Strategic Litigation Group and previously serving as the inaugural Chair of the Law Society’s Membership and Communications Committee (2018-2021).


  • Draw Inspiration from a BAME leader to become a role model.
  • Lively discussion with a knowledgeable expert on topical issues.
  • Receive rich insights in an intimate and interactive forum.
  • Take home key pointers and tips from well respected BAME leaders
  • Increase your networks to commence or continue your climb to leadership positions.


  • Middle to senior management level
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Aspiring NED and board Trustees
  • Ambitious leaders
  • Find out more about the DoT talks here - 

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