“Our society holds events for both law students and non-law students alike. From academic events such as study skills and essay writing workshops, to a mentorship scheme and employability events where we hope to welcome as many employers from the legal sphere as possible, our society offers a variety of opportunities to help our members on the road to their desired career paths following their university journey.
In addition to all the great employability and academic events available to all society members, we offer additional support to those studying the Law with French Law and Law with study abroad. With specific workshops designed to help society members who study such degrees prepare for assessments specific to their degree, preparing them for their years abroad as well as all the tips and tricks to help them through their degrees. In particular, we will be running a ‘Routes to Qualification Series’ that will look at how to qualify in different countries around the world.
We offer frequent social opportunities catered for everyone and our favourite, our annual international trip – which has included the CJEU in Luxembourg, ICC in The Hague, and the ECtHR in Strasbourg. Our annual trips have become part of our identity, giving our members the opportunity to witness the law in an international environment.
For those interested in researching and writing, look no further than our new Law Journal: the International Obiter. You will have the opportunity to help shape our Journal, and do research into laws around the world, as well as topical issues, such as Climate Change or Legal issues in the Technology world. We will also be running a number of essay competitions to be published in the Journal, so there’s an opportunity for all years and ability levels.”