The student experience at UCL Laws is, of course, much more than just attending lectures and tutorials. You can choose from an array of activities both within the faculty and in…
The student experience at UCL Laws is, of course, much more than just attending lectures and tutorials. You can choose from an array of activities both within the faculty and in the wider UCL community – some of which add greatly to your legal education, some of which are just about having a good time.
As a UCL Laws student, you can get involved with our pro bono initiatives, mooting, client interviewing and negotiation competitions, mentoring opportunities and, if you can find the time, writing for the UCL Laws student magazine, Silk v Brief or for our student-led journal, the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence.
There are plenty of opportunities to let your hair down too, with socials, balls and end of term parties, as well as regular professional networking events, including the prestigious annual Barristers’ Cocktail Party. Many events are run for and by students through the undergraduate and graduate law societies, which work to provide support and advice for all of our students.
You’ll also be able to take advantage of all the clubs, societies and facilities offered by UCL’s student union, UCLU, and the University of London Union, ULU. Whatever you’re interested in – anime, boxing, folk music, water polo, or anything in between – you’re sure to find some new friends who share your passion.