Exactly two years ago, I met the 50th President of the Law Society, Mr. Eric Theuri, at his chambers having then just ascended to the presidency. He expressed how much his tenure would depend on consensus building; his leadership style had also then been largely lauded as one that prominently features consensus building and exhaustion of local remedial alternatives before escalating issues to external fora. In the ensuing two years, Mr. Theuri worked so closely with Vice-President, Ms. Faith Odhiambo, who as fate would have it, has now been sworn into office as the 51st President of the Law Society of Kenya—serving as the second female President in the history of the law society!