Carers Trust welcomes barrister Leroy Bunbury to its Board of Trustees
Carers Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Leroy Bunbury to its Board of Trustees.
Leroy is a practising barrister, specialising in commercial law with a particular emphasis on complex commercial agreements, joint ventures and corporate governance. Called to the Bar in 1999, he has over 20 years’ experience representing and advising clients in contentious and non-contentious matters.
In addition to his experience in private practice, Leroy also brings to the Carers Trust Board wide-ranging experience of senior in-house roles. These include Director of Legal Services at St Mary’s University, London and Head of Legal and Company Secretary at The Disabilities Trust.
Leroy’s legal expertise is highly regarded. He has lectured extensively at a number of universities on undergraduate and postgraduate law courses in the areas of contract, trusts and consumer law. He has also delivered a variety of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for solicitors and other legal professionals on behalf of a range of local authorities, the Trading Standards Institute and the Office of Fair Trading (now the Competition and Markets Authority).
When not practising or training his fellow legal professionals, Leroy is also a contributing author to ‘Essential Human Rights Cases’.
Carers Trust Chair, John McLean OBE, welcomed Leroy’s appointment to the Carers Trust’s Board of Trustees, saying:
“Carers Trust is delighted that Leroy Bunbury will be joining the Trust as a Trustee. Leroy brings a wealth of experience from the legal world, which, together with his expertise in governance, will add to the extensive skill base of the other trustees. Following Leroy's appointment, the refresh of the Carers Trust Board has now been completed and on behalf of all my fellow trustees, I would like to warmly welcome Leroy to Carers Trust and look forward to working with him.”