LawCareers.Net’s Student Law Society Awards celebrate the hard work of societies all over the UK

Bringing together students, recruiters, partners and trainees to recognise the dedication of student committees

Highlighting the fantastic opportunities and events they create for their members across campuses

Winner Profiles

Best mooting activities

Reading University Law Society

As the biggest society on campus, Reading University Law Society prides itself on being the best. Read winner profile

Best at student engagement

University of Lincoln Law Society

Currently the largest society on campus, the University of Lincoln Law Society offers an insight for both members studying, or just interested in the world of law.   Read winner profile

Best law society president

Maaya Sachdev – Warwick Law Society

Warwick Law Society holds the reputation for being one of the most prestigious and successful societies on campus. Read winner profile

Best law society overall

University of Nottingham Law Society

University of Nottingham Law Society has a close relationship with over 40 leading law firms and education providers. Read winner profile

Best careers event

University of Winchester Law Society

The University of Winchester’s Law Society aims to bridge the gap between the university’s law department and the students. Read winner profile

Best society for non-law students

University of York Law Society

In its 11th year, YLS has a campus reputation to be proud of, particularly among non-law students, as well as among law firms and chambers around the country. Read winner profile

Best society for aspiring barristers

King’s College London Bar & Mooting Society

The King’s College London Bar and Mooting was formed in September 2017 with the merging of the previous KCL Bar Society and KCL Mooting Society. Read winner profile

Best society for first-year students

UCL Student Law Society

The UCL Law Society has been established for more than 70 years and serves a diverse and vibrant family comprising law and non-law students from 45 different countries. Read winner profile

Best social event

Plymouth University Law Society

We are a society for all Law and Criminal Justice Students as well as anyone who is interested in a career in the legal sector. Read winner profile

Best pro bono activities

UEA Law Society

The UEA Law Society is one of the largest, popular and most prestigious societies at the university. Read winner profile

Most committed to increasing diversity

University of Nottingham Law Society

University of Nottingham Law Society has a close relationship with over 40 leading law firms and education providers. Read winner profile

Best social media

Lancaster University Law Society

Lancaster Law Society is run by students and offers support and also a wide range of activities – some which might be of help in any future legal career and some which are there solely to give a well needed and deserved break from stressful studies (excuse to party?)! Read winner profile

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards 2019 sponsored by Norton Rose Fulbright

Overall Sponsor

Best at student engagement

Best mooting activities

Best society for non-law students

Best society for first-year students

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards

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The aim of the awards is simple: to highlight and celebrate the great work that societies at campuses up and down the country do, and the fantastic events and opportunities they create for their members.

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