Best law society overall

University of Exeter Law Society

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It was fantastic to see how collaboratively the committee works together to support its members. This is very clearly a team effort and a huge well done to everyone involved.

The LCN team commented: “Across the board this society impressed us with its strong focus on inclusivity and wellbeing, and its really well thought out events and initiatives. Above all, it was fantastic to see how collaboratively the committee works together to support its members. This is very clearly a team effort and a huge well done to everyone involved. To quote one of the judging team: “This submission has made me so happy!”.”

Best law society overall

UELS is distinctive because of the people that run it. To us, UELS is simply a platform for students who care and want to make a difference.

Best society for welfare

University of Exeter Law Society

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From fresher starter packs including safety and wellbeing tips, to walking buses home after events, the society understands the importance of supporting its members beyond their legal careers.

The LCN team commented: “In our first year of this new category, we were blown away by how this society puts the welfare of its members into the picture for everything it does. From fresher starter packs including safety and wellbeing tips, to walking buses home after events, the society understands the importance of supporting its members beyond their legal careers and providing a safe space that is accessible to all.”

Best society for welfare

UELS is distinctive because of the people that run it. To us, UELS is simply a platform for students who care and want to make a difference.

Best careers event

Lawyers Without Borders – University of Nottingham Student Division

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Best careers event

Best law society president

Thomas Wilson – University of Plymouth Law Society

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Best law society president

Best law society president

Sabrina Sadat – King’s College London Law Society

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Best law society president

Best law society president

Kiran Pillai – University of Bristol Law Club

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Best law society president

James Mullin – University of Nottingham Law Society

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Best law society president

Best law society president

Lucy Antcliff – University of Lincoln Law Society

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The society is very welcoming, and I believe this is down to the president. They are positive, organised, and committed to improving the society and helping develop members’ skills.

“This year our president has been exceptional. The organisation of the society is second to none and the communication to members has completely levelled up from previous years. The society is very welcoming, and I believe this is down to the president. They are positive, organised, and committed to improving the society and helping develop members’ skills.”

Best law society president

We will go above and beyond for our members, constantly listening to feedback to tailor events to our member’s needs, so that they truly get the most we can physically offer out of their membership with us.

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