RGU Law Society offers students opportunities both to further their knowledge and network within the legal world as well as a social experience. Events such as network builders with solicitors and Mooting workshops and competitions will likely prove useful to students in the future, whilst social events will allow for a friendly environment to let off steam capped off by the annual Law Ball.
President - Roman MacKenzie
Vice President - June Bunyan
Treasurer - Eric Fong
Secretary - Gabriella Duncan
Secretary - Karolina Naglik
Events Coordinator - Annabelle MacPherson
Social Secretary - Amy Hay
Social Secretary - Jasmine Munro
Social Media Officer - Kyla Hayat
Regular events include:
Commercial Awareness activities
Mooting workshops and competitions
Partnership events with law firms
Other Contact Details:
Linkedin -https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgu-law-society-27507748/ (RGU Law Society)
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RGUMOOT
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rgumoot/
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