Dundee University Law Society is one of the largest and most active societies on campus. Through our various projects, we aim to optimise the student experience for University of Dundee Law students. To get in touch, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We aim to help our members explore their career options and host events which enhance their employability.
We encourage the enjoyment of the subject, with out of class trips.
Through our social events, we provide enjoyment for our members while promoting the integration of different year groups.
As a body that represents Law Students, we are always happy to get behind causes which our members care about.
"After a successful year on committee as Vice President of Fundraising, Sarah is very excited take on the role of President. Throughout her time at university Sarah has been an active member of the society, as well as balancing her studies with her love of water-sports such as sailing and swimming. She looks forward to continuing the success of the society this year and ensuring that all members have the best law school experience at Dundee. "
"Moving from Secretary to Vice President of Careers is an exciting step for Lauren. After her first year on the committee, Lauren is thrilled to be continuing the excellent work of previous members. Through securing work experience in her first year of university, Lauren is confident in her abilities to build key relationships with professionals. With a keen interest in mooting, she hopes to pursue a career in litigation. Lauren’s sociable character and professionalism makes her ideal for this role. She looks forward to organising career events for all members this coming year. "
"Reigning from Glasgow, Shannon has enjoyed the close-knit community of Dundee University. After a successful year as DULS Social Media Convenor last year, Shannon decided to take on the role of Vice President (Social) hoping to make a valuable contribution in the already successful society. Shannon balances her work life and her university commitments well, a skill she will carry forward and put to good use over the following year to ensure the society is showcased in the best possible way! "
"After an incredible year working as Social Assistant on the committee, Ruth is looking forward to making a positive contribution to the law school. Hot off the heels of her previous role, Ruth is eager to build a rapport with professionals and firms vis-à-vis fundraising to ensure the continuation of the societies already great careers and social events. Equipped to fulfil her role, she hopes her approachable and enthusiastic attitude will ensure all students makes the most out of their society and cement a continuation of the committee's success. "
"This year Megan will use her organisation and time management skills to ensure that all areas of meeting agendas are covered. She will also make sure that there is enough time dedicated to the preparation of big events such as Law ball to make these events as enjoyable as possible. Another aim as secretary is also to allow each individual part of committee such as social and careers to all have an equal amount of time to bring forward their ideas and events. This will help members of the committee to enjoy both the social aspects of university but also allow them to further their knowledge of their careers after university. Outside of university Megan enjoy things such as dancing and musical theatre. She is thrilled to be on committee and excited for what the next year as secretary brings. "
"Tiarnan is a third year law student on the English/Northern Irish stream and was on the committee last year as the external trips convener. He joined the committee to meet more people within his degree. It was important to Tiarnan to become more involved at university, and the society seemed like the perfect outlet to achieve that. DULS has become an important part of his life in Dundee, and he wants to give back to the society that has helped him so much. That’s why he decided to become Treasurer, where he can hopefully make a difference. He looks forward to meeting everyone throughout the year and hopes you get involved! "
"Taking over the role of Social Media Convenor, Lucy hopes to continue the good work and success of the society. Especially in today’s current social climate, social media is a fundamental way of promoting the society, reaching out to people and keeping members informed. Entering into her 4th and final year, Lucy wanted to become more involved in the society and social media convenor was the best job to suit her skills. Lucy has always been involved other aspects of University being an active member of the university hockey club and being a member of the mooting society in first and second year. Lucy manages to maintain a healthy balance between studying and socialising as well as being very focused and driven to succeed. She is excited about what is to come in this academic year and hopes to become an integral part of the society. "
"After two years of Univeristy, Mukha is excited to be joining the committee. In the role of careers assistant she hopes to continue the hard work put in place by the previous committee and working closely with the other committee members to make this year an even better year for DULS. Although unsure of her own career pathway, she in particular would like to work on careers events for those interested in legal careers in England. Alongside being a committed member, Mukha hopes to balance University workload, a part time job and voluntary work. "
"After an incredible first year of studying at Dundee, Liam is very much looking forward to being part of committee as Social Assistant. He hopes to replicate the immense enthusiasm and energy that committee displays when planning social events. He is keen to deliver a memorable year for all society members and is looking forward to the opportunities ahead. Besides his studies, Liam has great interest in photography and fitness. "
"Rory is taking on the role of external trips coordinator and is hopeful that a couple of successful excursions will generate greater enthusiasm for the society’s other activities. An accelerated student, Rory will be aiming to get older and more mature students more involved in DULS than they perhaps have been in the past. He balances his work on the committee with his studies and is an active member of the university rugby club where he also holds a committee position. If any student has any ideas for trips they believe might be beneficial to the society, do not hesitate to contact him. "