What are Clubs and Societies?
Clubs and societies at The University of Law are student-led. The Student Association aims to empower students to take up that leadership role to create a club or society while offering guidance that enables them to succeed.
The Student Association is here to encourage students to establish clubs and societies and help them to achieve their aims and objectives while increasing their presence on campus.
Approval of all clubs/societies remains with the Student Services department on each campus. Students can apply for registration and financial assistance from the University to set-up a club or society on their campus each academic year.
To set up a club or society, you will need a minimum of 3 students to form a committee.
Student Association Zoom Account
Society committees are able to contact us about making use of the Student Association zoom account for your society activities. This account is available to all clubs and societies to host their digital events, to continue to engage with their members.
If you wish to make use of it please give us as much notice as possible, this is ideally two weeks notice so that we can ensure that you get access to the account.
Social media for your soceity
While we very much encourage clubs and societies to create social media accounts to engage with their members. We do not allow an club or society to use "ulaw" or "the university of law" in their social media handles. If you set up a new society and include social media links that include this in them they will not be added and you will be asked to change your handles.
If you have any questions about clubs or societies get in touch with your student info team on campus or email us here: email@example.com
Download and read through these documents before completing the set-up process.