LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards
The 2017 LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards will take place in March 2017 in London. The aim of the awards is simple: to highlight and celebrate the great work that societies at campuses up and down the country do, and the fantastic events and opportunities they create for their members. We will be surveying societies and their memberships from October 2016.
A student law society can be all things to all people; it is a social hub, a place where members can improve and share their knowledge and understanding of the law and legal industry, a place to develop skills, to contribute to society, to argue and debate, and to have fun. And, of course, developing employability is a vital part of the brief of student law societies. They are hubs for empowering members to appreciate what sorts of career they can have, work out what they need to do to realise their ambitions and take practical steps to do so. LawCareers.Net is particularly keen to support this aspect of societies’ activities.
How to take part in the 2017 awards
The 2017 Student Law Society Awards are now officially open and ready for your submissions!
If you are involved with running the student society at your university and would like to make a submission for your society, please get in touch with Bethany Wren at bwren@GlobeBMG.com. Beth will send you the relevant form to make a submission for the awards.
If you are a member of the student law society at your university, we would like you to take part in our survey and tell us what you think of your society.
The link to the members survey is below:
Everyone who submits a survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher.
The deadline for submissions is Monday 23 January 2017. Make sure you tweet us with the hashtag #SLSawards17 when you’ve submitted your surveys. We want as many student law societies as possible to take part and we are looking forward to receiving your submissions!
Award categories 2017
Best at student engagement (sponsored by Kirkland & Ellis International LLP)
Best careers event (sponsored by Charles Russell Speechlys LLP)
Best society for aspiring barristers (sponsored by The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple)
Best law society president (sponsored by Dechert LLP)
Best mooting activities (sponsored by Blake Morgan LLP)
Best social event (sponsored by TLT LLP)
Best society for non-law students (sponsored by Osborne Clarke LLP)
Best pro bono activities (sponsored by Dentons)
Best law society overall (sponsored by Clyde & Co LLP)
Best social media (sponsored by Shoosmiths)