Allison Page is a senior partner leading DLA Piper's Finance and Projects team in Leeds. She manages a team of 40 lawyers, working on high-profile, complex legal work and leading award-winning transactions across the UK and globally.
As a lawyer, Allison specialises in major infrastructure transactions across a number of sectors. She has extensive experience advising procuring authorities, sponsors and funders on roads and energy projects in particular.
In 2011, Allison won the award for retaining and developing legal talent at the Association of Women Solicitors awards, before going on to win the Law Society's Businesswoman of the Year award. Reflecting her commitment to the development of the next generation of women in DLA, Allison heads up the Pearls programme within the firm.
Externally, Allison is a Non-Executive Director of Leeds NHS Trust and is also on the Board of the Sustainable Economy and Culture Board of Leeds City Council.
She is also Chair of the Two Percent Club in Yorkshire, an organisation whose members are in the top 2% of business women in each region in the UK.
Allison will talking of how businesses and resources within the Leeds region can effectively work together to move the areas forward and to maximise opportunities.
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