Kate Maybury becomes the Harrogate and District Law Society’s new president

Kate Maybury becomes the Harrogate and District Law Society’s new president

Kate Maybury, a senior associate at Raworths, has been appointed the new President of the Harrogate and District Law Society.

Maybury, a specialist in Trusts Wills and Estates, will be the representative for the district’s legal profession over the next 12 months, overseeing items such as training and education as well as communicating on behalf of members. She has worked at Raworths since 2011, is a member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and founder and former chair of Probate Group at Sheffield Law Society.

“I am delighted to accept this prestigious position and look forward to supporting the profession in the Harrogate District over the coming year,” said Maybury.

“This district’s legal fraternity continues to thrive and accommodates high calibre firms and individuals who enjoy a significant regional and national presence.”

The Harrogate and District Law Society has existed for nearly 100 years and the Harrogate District currently has over 350 solicitors, a figure which continues to grow in line with the area’s considerable legal presence.

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