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Flora Page reappointed to the Legal Services Board

Mike Freer MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, has approved the reappointment of Flora Page, as a non-lay member of the Legal Services Board, for 4 years from 1 August 2024.


Flora Page has been both a solicitor and a barrister. In 1996, she joined Clifford Chance and subsequently worked for the Law Commission and the University of Law. Flora than established her own firm, Old Bailey Solicitors. Having obtained, in 2002, higher rights of audience, she cross-qualified - in 2013 - as a barrister and joined 23 Essex Street Chambers. Her practice focusses on financial crime, and she prosecutes and defends in equal measure.

She is a leading junior, a Grade 4 Prosecutor, and a facilitator for Advocacy and the Vulnerable training. Flora has also had a period at the Financial Conduct Authority, where she has worked in both enforcement and consumer redress policy development. She is also a part-time PhD student at University College London, researching corporate misconduct. She was a long-serving committee member of the Solicitors’ Association of Higher Court Advocates, and then a member of the Executive of the Criminal Bar Association. Flora has been a member of the 23 Essex Street Equality and Diversity Committee, and a Financial Conduct Authority Equality and Diversity Superuser.

She is currently appearing in the Post Office Horizon IT Inquiry.

Published 18 December 2023