25 Aug Regent’s Students Launch The Le Quesne Law Society for Students and Alumni
In Michaelmas Term 2015 Regent’s Park is launching its first law society under the name the Le Quesne Law Society. The society was founded by Natasha Stevens (3rd year, Jurisprudence) and the first Committee was elected in Trinity Term 2015. To give a little insight into the Society, it is open to students from all degree disciplines with an interest in law, whether from an academic or careers-orientated perspective, studying at Regent’s and other PPH’s within the university. This inclusivity, we feel, really sets the Le Quesne Law Society apart. The society is aimed at providing a forum for students to engage with like-minded peers in a variety of ways such as through workshops to help forge a pathway into law and an annual moot engaging with the academic aspects of law.
We would like to invite alumni to join the Society as Alumni Members. This membership is open to all alumni or those who have an association with Regent’s Park or Greyfriars who studied a law degree and/or are at any stage in a career practicing law or academic law. Alumni members of the Society are welcome to attend all events which are free, these are listed on the term card circulated by the Committee. There will be at least one event each term where alumni will be particularly welcome: this term it is the Society’s launch drinks party on Saturday 17th October. This event, which will formally launch the Le Quesne Law Society, will be held in Regent’s and will bring together student members and alumni with drinks and canapés. Further information can be found on the event page.
We would love the opportunity to welcome back alumni to Regent’s and hope that it would offer a fantastic opportunity for you to return to the College, reconnect with your university contemporaries and meet new people with similar interests, whose memories of Regent’s may be older or newer than your own. If you have any experience or anything you would like to share with the society, such as through a workshop or question and answer session, please do get in touch, we would love to hear from you! This is a really exciting time for both the Society and Regent’s and as the Committee, we look forward to working together over the coming year to make it as successful as possible for all involved.