Queen Mary Law Society (QMLS) is established as the heart of student societies at Queen Mary University of London. Law students and non-law students alike, QMLS serves to represent all students seeking a career in the legal sector. Throughout the year, the society offers a multitude of events, opportunities, and access points for students at any academic level to gain exposure to all possible legal careers – from working for a City firm, to being part of an in-house legal team.
With dinners, networking events and workshops throughout the year, we give our members a head-start in their legal career. Whether you are an aspiring solicitor, barrister, or are pursuing an alternative career in law, we aim to open the door of your legal career, connecting you to firms, Chambers and institutions. Be it applications for vacation schemes,
pupillages, training contracts, or work experience, QMLS has something to offer everyone.
“QMLS is glad to work alongside our high-profile sponsors in providing our members with the best events and opportunities for a career in the legal sector. With the recent launch of the Law Review and pre-existing Law Journal, the Law Society is also pleased to provide students with invaluable opportunities on an academic front.”
- Adeeb Jonathan Haddad (President of the Queen Mary Law Society)
The Queen Mary Law Journal (QMLJ) is a collection of essays and academic articles published annually by the Queen Mary Law Society. It is an entirely student-run publication, with both its leadership and editorial board drawn from the student body at Queen Mary University of London. Founded in 1998 and re-introduced in 2010, the journal’s primary commitment is to offer an avenue for students and practitioners of the law to publish work that falls outside the scope of the typical legal curriculum.
The Queen Mary Law Review (QMLR) is an entirely student-run publication offering students a platform to deliberate historic and contemporary legal issues, with entries as diverse as our student body. The publication incorporates opinions from both freshmen and senior students, promoting a critical analysis of legal themes that fall outside the scope of the typical legal curriculum.