Best at student engagement

Aston Law Society

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Best at student engagement

Best at student engagement

University of Lincoln Law Society

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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.

 

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. Our careers events and guest lecture series provides members an opportunity to speak to professionals including barristers, solicitors, and members of the judiciary as well as Lincoln Law School alumni to share their story into law.

Best at student engagement

We do our best to make sure there is something for everyone. The range of activities we offer is endless and we are so proud of what we have achieved.

Best careers event

University of Winchester Law Society

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

The University of Winchester’s Law Society aims to bridge the gap between the university’s law department and the students. We offer a range of employability skills from working with Amicus ALJ to career talks from practising barristers and solicitors.

Best careers event

Winchester Law Society is slowly starting to make a name for itself – we may not have the budget and the platform of many of the other law societies, but what we do have is a real drive to spread the word about how much we achieve.

Lancaster University Law Society

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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?)!

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?)!

We have been lucky enough to create an environment whereby our members can learn, develop and prosper. We are a truly friendly and approachable group of like-minded people who share a common goal – to leave our university having had the best possible experience.

Best society for non-law students

University of York Law Society

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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.

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. Employability is central to YLS. Our ‘YLS Application Acceleration Program’ takes members from Freshers to interviews through workshops and mentoring.

Best society for non-law students

Our committee are friends and at our events we consciously bring our members into those friendships, believing that career ambitions are best fostered and supported by the community of the society.

Best society for non-law students

UCL Law for All Society

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Best society for non-law students

Best society for first-year students

UCL Student Law Society

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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.

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. The Law Society holds, on average, one activity per day during the academic year and regularly hosts top judges, academics and lawyers around the world.

Best society for first-year students

Everything that we have done as a society has been with the overarching objective of bringing our members together to enjoy each other’s company in the limited time that we have during our busy law school terms.

Best society for aspiring barristers

King’s College London Bar & Mooting Society

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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.

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. Under this new merger the Society has been able to expand and offers a range of internal and external mooting competitions, tours of the Inns, careers advice and workshops, a variety of vocational, social and networking events and provides a community run by students for other students aspiring to a career at the Bar.

Best society for aspiring barristers

Our originality in the initiatives we have provided, as well as the vast support we have gained from professional organisations, has helped to support not only students from King’s College London but students from all over London, and this is a testament to the hard work and dedication our society receives and which our members deserve.

Best society for aspiring barristers

UCL Student Law Society

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Best society for aspiring barristers

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