We are delighted to introduce the LCF trustees. They voluntarily give a huge amount of time to the oversight of the organisation. At the upcoming AGM on 5th November 2016 the Trustees will be available to speak to you. At the foot of this page is a link to the most recent Annual Report and Accounts - which are for the year ended 2015.
Mark Jones, Chair
Mark Jones is the Chair of the LCF. Mark is a partner in a solicitors' firm, working out of their Reigate office, specialising in employment law. He is a director of the Beaconlight charity and a trustee of another Christian charity supporting vulnerable adults. He attends church in Surrey, leading a discipleship group and one of the youth ministries.
Thomas Cordrey, Vice Chair
Tom is a barrister who practices in the areas of employment, personal injury and commercial law. He has been involved in all levels of the LCF for many years and attends a Church of England church in west London.
Ian was called to the bar in 1999 and joined the LCF National Council for his first time soon after this. He practices personal injury and property at 1 Chancery Lane. On rejoining the National Council in 2011 he became Chairman of the LCF in March that year, later stepping down from that role in November 2015.
Graham has been a solicitor for over 36 years and is currently a consultant in Commercial Property in south-west London. He chairs the LCF Finance and Central Support Committee. He is a member of a local Newfrontiers church.
Caroline is the chair for the Student and Young lawyer committee. A partner in a solicitors firm in Cambridge she specialises in Charity law and is a member and deacon of a Baptist church in town.
Niazi is a barrister specialising in personal injury, employment, and professional negligence. He is in his first term as a trustee and is a member of Oasis City church in Watford.
Working in Dundee as a solicitor in the Procurator Fiscals office Gavin joined the trustees in 2014. He is part of a vibrant Baptist church in the city where he serves as a Deacon. He is a member of the LCF Scottish Committee.
Alasdair is a barrister in London who has recently joined the trustees. He worships at Crossway, Stratford, a church plant from St Helens.