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Cardiff Met Law Society

Welcome to the Law Society and thank you for your interest. 


The premise of this society is to explore opportunities within the legal field. This society is open to law students as well as non-law students. We are currently planning our first event and would love to hear your ideas! 

The Law Society is £5 to join and with this memebership will include opportunities to:

- Meet guest lecturers

- Go on trips out (to the Cardiff Crown Court)

- Take part in mooting and debating (with the oppourtiny to take part in the Welsh Mooting Competiton)

- Attend alcoholic and non-alcoholic socials 

- So much more!

Our current goals to do this semester is:

- Trips to Crown Court

- Fun events at clubs with different themes

- Sporting events like bowling and golfing

- Proper mooting and debates with carefully devised scenarios 

- Murder Mystery and pizza nights


With our dedicated committee we want to continue to grow our society in numbers and create a fun, educational group that you can be a part of. 


Follow our Instagram (@cardiffmetlaw) to keep up to date with socials and events. 


If you have any questions/queries than feel free to contact any member of the committe. Your lecturers will be able to provide you with our contact details. 


The Law Society Committee is as follows: 

President - Lydia Linton

Vice Presidents - Caitlyn Dyer and Dan Woodward

Secretaries - Luke Jones and Libby Argent 

Social Secretary - Darcy Bridge 

Treasurer - Matt Chrisopher 

Wellbeing Officer - Jozef Hassell




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