Rule 12 – when the Assistant Registrar’s decision not to refer an allegation against a doctor is not final
Lucinda is a professional support lawyer in the Regulatory team, and is responsible for knowledge management and practice development.
Her work focuses on leveraging the team’s collective knowledge and expertise, ensuring that know-how and current and emerging regulatory developments are identified, evaluated, synthesised, and shared. She is particularly experienced in the adoption of technology to aid the delivery of these outcomes.
Lucinda qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and practised initially in dispute resolution before specialising in regulation. She has previously advised individuals and professional bodies in the legal and accountancy sectors, on authorisations, compliance, ethics, and regulatory policy.
In addition to her regulatory background, Lucinda has considerable experience in knowledge management strategy and governance. She was the business lead for knowledge management at the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and has worked in similar roles since then, both in private practice and in-house.
Lucinda is a keen advocate for mental health and well-being at work, and is currently pursuing her PhD in organisational psychology at Birkbeck, University of London, where her research focuses on well-being in legal practice. Alongside her membership with the Law Society of England and Wales, she is an accredited member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS).
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