Pam Johns becomes Vice President of the Devon and Somerset Law Society

Wed 8th May 2024

Coodes Solicitors Head of Rural Services, Pam Johns, has been elected as the Vice President of the Devon and Somerset Law Society for the 2024-25 term. She was selected last month at the Society’s AGM.

Pam Johns has been with Coodes since 1989, and a Partner since 1998. She currently is the Head of the Rural Services department at Coodes. She has always dealt with property matters, starting out in Residential Property but for the past 15 years she has specialised in Commercial Property, with a particular interest in rural property. She established the Holsworthy office and has been consistently highly ranked in the legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers for many years.

The Devon and Somerset Law Society is a membership body which works to support solicitors and those within the legal profession across the region. Each year they recognise individuals and firms through awards, designed to showcase the talent and expertise of the industry and the society’s membership. As Vice President Pam will be supporting the President, including through standing in for him when he’s unable to attend events, and promoting the work of the Society.

Pam Johns said: “I’m very proud to have been elected as Vice President this year, following my time as Deputy Vice President. I’m looking forward to promoting the work of the society and supporting members. I’m also pleased to be attending the International Twinning Event in Gdansk, Poland on the 24 May and the Annual Awards Evening at Exeter University in June.”

At Coodes, we are proud that our colleagues work hard to support other members of the legal profession across Devon and Somerset, to improve the experience for recently qualified and experienced solicitors alike.

You can keep up to date with the Devon and Somerset Law Society through their website.

Wed 8th May 2024

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