Feminist Law Society gives a platform to university Student Union approved Feminist Law Societies everywhere.
If you would like us to assign a page on this website to your Student Union approved university Feminist Law Society to display your work, resources and events, email us at:
If you are a university student and your university does not yet have a University Feminist Law Society and you and some of your fellow students are planning to start one, the first thing you would need to do is contact your Student Union who will give you all the information you need to submit an application to them to set up your University Feminist Law Society.
Your Society name would be the name of your university, followed by Feminist Law Society. For example, University of Westminster Feminist Law Society.
Different university Student Unions very likely work in different ways, but here is a general guide to what you can possibly expect from the setting up process.
The Student Union works with a hierarchical structure for a Key Committee: President, Vice-President, and Treasurer. You often need to have these positions agreed and assigned between you before making your Student Union application.
You will need a certain number of confirmed and named individuals who want to sign up as paid members of your University Feminist Law Society. These names and details will be added to your university's Student Union application.
As part of the application process, you would need to draft a constitution. As an affiliate of Feminist Law Society, you can adopt Feminist Law Society's constitutional aims:
Beyond the Key Committee structure, student Societies can build a committee with tailored roles that would help the running of the Society. How this is structured is left to the Society to decide which positions they need.
SUGGESTED COMMITTEE ROLE STRUCTURE:
To assist new University Feminist Law Societies in getting started, Feminist Law Society has designed and developed a suggested University Feminist Law Society Committee Role Structure Template in a downloadable Word Document.
'Feminist Law Society Suggested Committee Structure And Suggested Role Descriptions For University Feminist Law Societies' in Word Doc. format
GUIDE TO HOSTING THE FEMINIST LAW SOCIETY FEMINIST LAW LECTURE PROGRAMME ©
For University Feminist Law Societies wishing to host the Feminist Law Society Feminist Law Lecture Programme ©:
Feminist Law Society has compiled a guide for your committee to follow to ensure that you are running a lecture programme that is consistent with the aims and purpose of the lecture programme designed and owned by Feminist Law Society.
The Feminist Law Society Feminist Law Lecture Programme of lectures begins during the week of International Women's Day in the UK, 8 March.
The annual deadline to submit your applications to host the Feminist Law Society Feminist Law Lecture Programme at your university Feminist Law Society is 10 December.
Application forms can be obtained by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org from your Student Union provided email address.
1. Feminist Law Society Constitutional Aims
2. Express Conditions for Hosting Feminist Law Society Feminist Law Lecture Programme
3. Programme Creation
7. Hosting Platform
8. Pricing and Funding
'Guide to Hosting The Feminist Law Society Feminist Law Lecture Programme © (FLS FLLP) in Word Doc. format