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 society for non-law students

King’s College London Law Society

We fundamentally believe that integrating non-law students within our culture and encouraging them to attend all our events is the best way to kickstart their careers in law. Read winner profile

Best society for commercial awareness

Manchester University Law Society

This year, MULS has undergone a complete transformation in how we support and develop our members’ commercial awareness. Read winner profile

Best society for first-year students

University of Bristol Law Club

The UBLC has run a number of first-year specific events and this has increased because of the growing awareness of first-year schemes and how they can lead to vacation schemes or training contracts. Read winner profile

Best law society president

James Yang – King’s College London Law Society

For us, a great law society has worthwhile values, and goes above and beyond to achieve them. Read winner profile

Best mooting activities

UCL Law Society

Our society hosts a series of internal moots and coordinates the participation of our members in numerous external moots. Read winner profile

Best social event

University of Leeds Law Society

Our most recent LawSoc x Cocktail Masterclass held for our Christmas social was our best social event. Read winner profile

Best careers event

University of Lincoln Law Society

As a committee we were frantically trying to come up with a viable alternative this year. We quickly came onto the topic of Cheese and Wine. Read winner profile

Most committed to increasing diversity

King’s College London Bar & Mooting Society

As ever, diversity is the marrow of our organisation. This year, the theme underpinning our events calendar has been ‘Identity and Belonging’. Read winner profile

Best law society overall

Manchester University Law Society

Manchester University Law Society is great because we adapt to change. We react to feedback. We go out our way to support our first-years and international members. Read winner profile

Best social media

Manchester University Pro Bono Society

This year, our social media channels have been crucial for keeping in touch with our members and adding value to their university experience. Read winner profile

Best at student engagement

Edward Bramley Law Society

As a society, we feel like it is extremely important to listen to what our members want to see from us, to be the society that represents them best. Read winner profile

Best pro bono activities

University of Nottingham Pro Bono Society

With almost 400 members on campus, our ever-growing society runs nine high quality and innovative volunteering projects providing pro bono activities within three key areas. Read winner profile

Best society for aspiring barristers

King’s College London Bar & Mooting Society

We have aimed this year more than ever to live up to KCLBMS’s tagline: ‘unlocking your legal career’. Read winner profile

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards 2022

Best law society president

Best society for non-law students

Most committed to increasing diversity

Best law society overall

Best society for first-year students

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards

LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards


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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