Law societies form the crux of student life. The really great ones connect you up with career and networking opportunities, and put on some killer socials and balls. Whether you’re looking to join a law society or start your own, take a look at the advice below.
Student law societies vary drastically in what they offer. Some may simply provide a social adjunct to studies; others may offer a variety of provisions to complement them. Either way, these golden rules will help ensure its success: Make...
Starting or running a law society is no easy task. Here, Imogen Canavan, President of Kent Student Law Society, divulges her top tips on how to run a successful law society. 1. Motivate your committee The key to running a successful law...
Most university law societies offer students the opportunity to take part in a moot. These are usually run with a bit of help from the law school and lecturers often play the role of judge. Taking part in law society moots is great experience and...
Let’s be honest, even if your grades are off the chain, nobody wants to work with someone who doesn’t have any people skills! You need to prove to your future employers that you are not only hard working, but can that you can function,...
You've made it to university and taken the leap to join a law society – probably after reading our explaining the benefits and why you should. But there's more to being in a society than simply paying your membership fees, and you'll want to make...
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