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DWF solicitor appointed as President of Tomorrow's FOIL

21 January 2021
Rebecca Heyes, Solicitor and Senior Costs Advisor at global legal business DWF, has been appointed as President of Tomorrow's FOIL (Forum of Insurance Lawyers).

Rebecca's appointment as the new President of Tomorrow's FOIL, a member organisation for lawyers with less than 5 years post qualification experience, will see her succeed Clyde & Co's Megan Lafferty in the role. 

Rebecca was previously Education Officer of Tomorrow's FOIL. Her new role as President will see Rebecca assisting the organisation in developing further learning, social and networking events in order to foster further opportunities for lawyers to develop their skills and build career-long relationships with fellow practitioners and insurance professionals alike. 

Her role will also involve addressing continued support to the younger lawyers in the membership regarding working from home and the future of home- working post pandemic.

On her appointment as President, Rebecca comments, "I am delighted to be appointed as President of Tomorrow's FOIL. There are lots of great initiatives in the pipeline, which will help to raise awareness of Tomorrow's FOIL, further increase memberships and build upon the great established relationships that we have as an organisation."

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