Alice Kinder, Board Member

Alice is a specialist Employment Solicitor at the firm Bexley Beaumont. She has experience providing strategic advice on a variety of HR issues across the private, public, and third sectors, and has supported many employers to maintain positive and effective relationships with their people.

 Alice is passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion and is well-known for her thought leadership around social mobility. She is a member of a cross-sector group reviewing the position of socio-economic background in the Equality Act and has written articles for several national publications including The Times and The Gazette. She is currently a Social Mobility Ambassador for the Law Society of England and Wales.

 Alice has overseen a number of projects to encourage widening participation. She now spends part of her week working as a law lecturer where she has empowered many first-generation university students to achieve their aspirations.

 Alice regularly provides training and consultancy on equality issues and draws upon her vast practical experience when supporting her clients.

 Alice has been involved in governance throughout her legal career as a member of the Birmingham Law Society, an organisation which represents over 5,000 legal professionals in Birmingham and the surrounding area. She first joined the Birmingham Law Society Council as a trainee solicitor and has now progressed to the role of Vice President. She is believed to be the youngest person to hold this office in the Society’s 200-year history.