Liverpool Law Society and Liverpool Law School Joint Social

6:00pm - 8:00pm / Wednesday 16th October 2019 / Venue: School of the Arts Library 23 Abercromby Square Liverpool L69 7ZG Abercromby SQ (West)
Type: Social Event / Category: Department
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The Liverpool Law Society and School of Law and Social Justice, invite you to join us for an evening drinks reception at the University of Liverpool to celebrate the start of the new academic and legal year.

This event offers an opportunity to strengthen ties between the professional and the academic sides of the law.

The drinks reception is open to alumni, students, academic staff, employability and careers staff from the University, and those working in the law who are members of Liverpool Law Society, Merseyside Junior Lawyers Division and the Northern Circuit.

Hear all the latest news on the Liverpool Law School including the new building update and the University of Liverpool’s new arrangement for the University of Law to teach the LPC on the campus from Dean of School of Law and Social Justice Professor Debra Morris. Nina Ferris, President of Liverpool Law Society, will give an update on the latest news and events from the Society.

The event is free of charge.