Westminster Law School 4-12 Little Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 7BY
University Societies are a diverse collection of groups which range from 'hobbies' to legal groups.
Societies are overseen by the Students Union and managed by students themselves through a committee.
The Key positions on the committee generally include roles such as President, Vice President
and Treasurer.The Key committee govern the direction of the Society and they are the core decision makers in the team. They manage the finances, as well as the rest of the committee.
Other, non-key, roles can include those such as Secretary, Social Media Co-ordinator and Technology Manager, etc., and are decided based on the specific needs of the Society. Each year, Societies hold elections to pick the next committee that will lead the group.
Societies are a great way to meet people with similar interests.
Only University of Westminster students can become committee members.
Anyone can become a member of University of Westminster Feminist Law Society.
All members have access to:
free tickets to all of our events, monthly accessible newsletters that contain feminist law news and campaigns, and exclusive member only content throughout the year.
Westminster Student Membership: £4
Westminster Student Membership with Donation: £10
Associate Membership (non-student): £5
Associate Membership (non-student) with Donation: £10
At University of Westminster Feminist Law Society, we endeavour to make our educational feminist law resources as accessible as possible.
All of our educational e-resources are designed specifically for users with different learning styles and needs because diversifying the field of law is crucial in making it reflective of the society it serves.
This means that we always use a variety of formats such as video, audio as well as text and we try to ensure that the external websites and resources that we hyperlink to are of a good academic standard without being behind paywalls.
None of the links are embedded into our PDF newsletter. We have used icons, displayed in the 'Accessibility Panel' inside the newsletter, to indicate the type of resource that the user is being taken to via an external source using hyperlinks attached to the icons.
Just clicking the icon, next to the details of an item, throughout the newsletter, will take you to the correlating online resource.
WE HAVE CREATED THIS NEWSLETTER IN THE STYLE OF THE ACCESSIBLE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FORMAT THAT WAS ORIGINALLY CREATED BY FEMINIST LAW SOCIETY LTD
By Dr Harriet Samuels
by Harriet Wistrich
by Professor Adam Lazowski
*** THIS IS A PAST EVENT ***
'HONOUR' CRIME AND LEGAL PRACTICE ONLINE PANEL WITH GUEST SPEAKERS JASVINDER SANGHERA CBE, PAYZEE MAHMOD AND CRIS MCCURLEY
Friday 4 December 2020 at 6:30pm - 8pm
This featured a Question and Answer section
Accessible, educational resources from this event will be published soon