Best law society overall

University of Bristol Law Club

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The University of Bristol Law Club (UBLC) is one of the university’s largest and most successful student societies comprising of over 1,000 members.

The University of Bristol Law Club (UBLC) is one of the university’s largest and most successful student societies comprising of over 1,000 members. We are committed to helping students from all backgrounds enter the legal profession.

 

Best law society overall

The UBLC is more than just a law society – it lies at the very heart of the student experience, helping our members to create friendships, professional connections, and unforgettable memories during their time at Bristol.

Best law society president

Muhammad Akhtar – The LSESU Law Society

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The Law Society is one of the liveliest and most popular societies at LSE, with something always going on.

The Law Society is one of the liveliest and most popular societies at LSE, with something always going on. From tours of corporate law firms and career-advice seminars to parties at some of London’s hottest venues, our yearly Ball and lectures by the worlds’ top lawyers – be it our very own Cherie Booth QC or judges from the highest courts in Britain and the world.

Best law society president

Our incredible range of sponsored events do not make us the best; the LSESU Law Society is the best society because it is responsive to its members. Our level of responsiveness to members has been unprecedented this year, largely due to our active role in campaigning and working with the LSE Law Department.

Best society for pro bono

University of Nottingham Pro Bono Society

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The University of Nottingham Pro Bono Society is the largest student-run organisation of its kind in the UK.

The University of Nottingham Pro Bono Society is the largest student-run organisation of its kind in the UK. With over 500 members, our society is comprised of eight unique projects, each performing different styles of pro bono work regularly.

Best society for pro bono

What makes the Pro Bono Society great is that it is not a typical law society. We offer our members, in one inclusive group, what is usually offered by multiple societies. Our society is great because every member is united in a passion for equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion.

Best society for mooting

University of Sheffield Bar Society

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The Bar Society is great because it offers opportunities to all students from undergraduate, postgraduate, and even non-law backgrounds to achieve their dream legal career.

The Bar Society is great because it offers opportunities to all students from undergraduate, postgraduate, and even non-law backgrounds to achieve their dream legal career. Our society is collegiate in the sense that we all have similar aspirations, and thereby have a close-knit relationship with our members.

Best society for mooting

The Bar Society is great because it offers opportunities to all students from undergraduate, postgraduate, and even non-law backgrounds to achieve their dream legal career. Our society is collegiate in the sense that we all have similar aspirations, and thereby have a close-knit relationship with our members.

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

KCLBMS is committed to supporting students. We have listened to our members and continued to grow and expand our scope to offer new ways to support them. We have actively expanded our reach to all London universities, encouraging them to take part in our competitions, events and schemes.

Best society for commercial awareness

UEA Law Society

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

The UEA Law Society is one of the largest, popular and most prestigious societies at the university. We cater for all students, whether studying law or otherwise, providing an excellent social calendar year round offering social gatherings, as well as inexpensive trips abroad to cities such as Amsterdam, unavailable to most other students and societies they may be part of.

Best society for commercial awareness

The UEA Law Society focuses on the importance of community. Overall, what makes the society great is the fact that everyone ‘mucks in’ together. The combination of talent, dedication and community really sets the UEA Law Society apart from the rest.

Best society for mooting

UCL 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 mooting

"Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind.” The UCL Law Society is great because we strongly believe in this conception of family. We provide strong support and various opportunities for our members’ future careers

Best society for non-law students

Leicester University Law Society

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Our objectives are to enhance our members’ experiences of university life and to help provide and excellent grouding for a legal career.

Our objectives are to enhance our members’ experiences of university life and to help provide and excellent grouding for a legal career. We do this by considering a 3 pillar approach of: Academic guidance and support – liasing with the Students’ Union course representatives and staff of the School of Law to ensure our courses are running smoothly!

Best society for non-law students

LULS has focused on putting on events with a difference this year, that students wouldn’t be able to get anywhere else. We are looking to ensure that our members are as employable as possible. We have vastly increased our offering as a law society this year and wish to improve even further next year!

Dundee University Law Society

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Dundee University Law Society (DULS) is a society run by students, for students. We aim to give our members the best possible addition to their University experience through our social events including our annual Law Ball and our vast array of careers events.

Dundee University Law Society (DULS) is a society run by students, for students. We aim to give our members the best possible addition to their University experience through our social events including our annual Law Ball and our vast array of careers events. As Dundee University offers Scots Law, English Law and Dual Qualifying Scots and English Law, we have tried to ensure that every degree path has relevant careers events.

 

Despite being one of the smaller university society in Scotland, we are certainly the most active law society in Scotland. Through the plethora of events that we organise both with a social and careers focus, we aim to help students find their way through the intricacies of law school. DULS is committed to maintaining the strong link between committee and members.

Best social event

SOAS Law Society

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The SOAS Law Society comprises both undergraduate and postgraduate law students. We aim to promote events and opportunities for SOAS students to get involved and to support the development of their career in law.

The SOAS Law Society comprises both undergraduate and postgraduate law students. We aim to promote events and opportunities for SOAS students to get involved and to support the development of their career in law. We provide opportunities in the commercial field as well as other legal career paths, the scope of which reach careers in the UK, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

 

Best social event

We are 12 students from all years at the Committee this year. It has been a great pleasure to work with them so far as they are all very hardworking, committed and humble individuals. Despite being full-time students, they have always been fully committed to the society. Without their efforts and kindness, our society would not be as strong as it is. I cannot thank them enough for all the work they perform.

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