An annual award presented to a deserving student who shows integrity, a particular interest and proficiency in the law, and a true spirit of community mindedness. Our most recent recipient is:
Through the efforts of its members who participate voluntarily, the association is represented in related organizations, which in turn make representations to the Law Society and to the government and both as to the governance of the profession and with respect to the law itself. Matters of a local concern are dealt with by committees, standing or otherwise, or by special meetings of the association and sometimes both.
A golf tournament is held annually for “casting aside the cares of business… and mingling with their brethren with no other view than to give and receive happiness”.
Time for fun is also important as this quote, from a speech made at the picnic of the Legal Society of the County of Norfolk in 1875, attests. What lawyers now have to eat will be left to be a matter of conjecture but in 1875 the reported menu included: