Linden is a Senior Lecturer and supervising solicitor for the University of Birmingham’s Law School’s Pro Bono Group. She also manages the School’s Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research. She has a particular interest is pro bono, clinical legal education and public legal education and publishes in those areas.
“I have been involved with Birmingham Law Society since I was a trainee and have sat as a Council member since 2012. Over the years I have held a number of different roles with the Society, including Chair of the Pro Bono Committee, Board Director and most recently as an Officer. I was President from 2019 to 2020.
Birmingham Law Society provides an invaluable platform for its members to work together in the interests of the local legal profession, our clients and the wider community in which we live and work. Council plays an important role in overseeing that activity, offering guidance to the Officers and the Board of the day and ensuring that the Society continues to meet its primary objectives and further the interests of our members.”