Hi, I’m Harry your Clubs, Societies and Communications Coordinator.

I studied Music Technology at Leeds Beckett University, I also did a post-graduate course at the same University. I have a background in student representation. I worked as Vice President Activities at Leeds Beckett Students’ Union, where I worked very closely with the societies of the Students’ Union to put on events, deliver campaigns, boost their membership and presence within the University community.

My role here at the Student Association is to support students involved in clubs and societies and encourage new students to join or even create these student-led groups. Clubs and socs are an essential part of the university expierience and having them be student-led makes them all the more amazing and fun to engage in as you can to call the shots and control the direction of these groups.

I really enjoy working with students to help empower them to undertake extra-curricular activities whilst at University. I’m a big believer in getting the right work-life balance during your studies if you need help meeting new people while at ULaw I will do what I can to help find a society for you. I’m based at the Leeds campus, but I travel around quite a lot so I will see you around campus I’m sure.


If you want help getting involved in clubs or societies please get in touch with me: Harry.walters@law.ac.uk


 

Hi! I’m Emma and I’m the Student Association Executive Officer (SAEO)

 

Based on the Birmingham campus. I am responsible for the Association’s governance and ensuring that we are legally compliant and all our policies are up-to-date. Day to day, I manage the representation structures of the SA and support our President, Vice-Presidents, Course Reps and Class Reps, Liberation Officers and other student reps to fulfil their manifestos and conduct their roles. I also support students who request advice for complaints, appeals and disciplinaries. We are always looking for ways to improve your student experience, so if you have any suggestions or feedback, do get in touch.

 

I come from a background in policy and student representation and love seeing students setting up new projects and making the most of their time at University. I have worked with the Office for Students (previously HEFCE) and the Quality Assurance Agency since 2017 in a range of positions, including as a Quality Assurance Reviewer. My previous roles in Students’ Unions have seen me managing all areas of membership services and setting up new initiatives to improve employability skills. I am also a qualified British Sign Language tutor and teach in my spare time. Outside of work, I am a board game and jigsaw fanatic, enjoy taking the odd adult ballet class and have a 1 year old daughter who keeps me very busy!