Shape the future of the Law Society of Ireland

The Law Society is currently developing its 2024-2028 strategy statement. We want to hear the views of as many in the solicitors’ profession as possible so we can best support you, your career and your business.

Given that the Law Society’s current Strategy expires in December 2023, work has already begun as part of a comprehensive discovery phase and this includes circulation of an anonymised online survey to all solicitors on the Irish roll, regardless of practising status, and trainee solicitors. This is being managed by our research partner, Behaviour & Attitudes, and all responses to the survey are confidential.

Have your say until 5 May

Issuing from 19 April, solicitors and trainee solicitors should receive a link by email to complete an online survey.

Please take 10-15 minutes to tell us about your challenges, where you want to be and how the Law Society can help. What do you think of the Law Society and its work on your behalf? Are there opportunities we need to explore and prioritise? What could we do better in terms of being a representative voice for access to justice and law reform?

By sharing more information about your experience and what you see as the priorities, you can help shape the future strategic direction of the Law Society over the next five years.

The subject line of the email is ‘Law Society Survey - B&A Research’, and it will come from the sender ‘’. This survey is anonymised, secure, and will be open until close of business on Friday 5 May.

If you have not received an email containing your survey link by 21 April, and wish to take part, please contact the B&A Survey Helpdesk.

Phases of strategy development

In addition to the survey, the Law Society will continue to engage with the profession and other stakeholders through consultations, focus groups, workshops. The results of this discovery phase will then inform the next phase of the development of the strategy – determining the purpose and vision of your Law Society for the next five years. Further details of the development process will be shared here throughout 2023.

If you have any queries about the strategy or consultation process, please contact