The Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) was founded in 1901 making it one of the oldest student run societies in the University. Furthermore, with a membership of over one thousand it is one of the largest student led law societies the country, and indeed the world. The Society runs a number of careers events and socials throughout the year which gives its members the opportunity to interact with possible employers and to learn more about different professions.
Additionally, the society is involved in pro-bono projects and organises a number of speakers and alumni events for its members. The society also values inclusivity and therefore has developed a non-law department in recent years. CULS is also dedicated to promoting the passion for mooting and advocacy among both law and non-law students at Cambridge University, and therefore organises a number of moots throughout the year. We also have our own termly magazine (Per Incuriam) and an academic blog.
We aim to assist students in kick-starting their careers.
We also seek to create a supportive and friendly student community.