Professional Liverpool | Summer Social

Date & Time:
14 Jul 2022 @ 4:30pm - 7:30pm

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Do not miss our summer social on the roof terrace at Liverpool Central Library, in partnership with BIPC, and supported by CG Professional!

The Summer Social provides an excellent networking opportunity and will be an ideal occasion for the PL team and Board to meet informally with members.

We hope that many of our new members, as well as our loyal membership base from across the professional community, will be able to join us.

Please feel free to invite guests to introduce them to the PL network (n.b. there is a non-member ticket price).

Ticket Prices

Members: £30 + VAT

Non-Members: £40 + VAT

Places are limited and will be allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis, so your early response would be appreciated.

Ticket entitles attendees to 3 free drinks and food, from 4.30 pm to 7.30 pm.

You can book your place(s) via the Eventbrite link, and we look forward to seeing you there!

This event is delivered in partnership with BIPC Liverpool and is kindly sponsored by CG Professional.

CG Professional was established in 2017 by founding managing partners Louise Myers and long-time colleague Stacey Turner. With the benefit of private investment and business support, they were able to develop a business culture different to other law firms.

Set up to challenge the usual concept of what law firms look like, they have since gone from strength to strength, attracting high calibre lawyers and large regional and national clients with their fresh approach to advice and client engagement.

The CG vision is clearly defined, providing advice to businesses how they want it and when they want it. Their versatile and client centric environment enables them to meet the needs of the commercial world their clients operate in.

This event will support the Liverpool University Hospitals Swan Project which is there to support staff to become specialists in end of life and bereavement care. The ethos is about empowering teams and giving them permission to care and to break the rules that don’t exist. The Swan Projectis raising funds to create memory boxes specifically for families.