The LSESU Law Society organises some of the most popular social events on campus. We aim to provide an atmosphere in which our members are able to socialise and meet new people, and to that end we host several social events throughout the year kindly funded by our sponsors. Information on bar-related socials can be found on the “Bar” page of this website. The social calendar traditionally centres on three main events: the Law Families’ Social; the Christmas Drinks; and, the highlight of the year - the Law Ball.
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Virtual SOCIALS for Michaelmas term 2020
Given the current circumstances, we have had to change the format of our usual socials. Nevertheless, we have some amazing and fun events planned for you! We are kicking off the year with a virtual Meet & Greet with the committee during which you will have a chance to meet all of us, ask us any questions and socialise all from the safety of your own room. You can also look forward to a pub quiz that is still in the workings and many more. We cannot wait to spend time with all of you on Zoom and stay tuned for many more virtual events to come over the course of the term!
The LSE Law Society’s annual Christmas Drinks event is one of our most subscribed-to events. Taking place right before the Christmas Break, a £13,000 bar tab and canapés have proved to be a perfect end to Michaelmas Term.
The LSE Law Society Law Ball forms the pinnacle of the LSE Law Society’s events calendar. The event is always hugely popular, with tickets usually selling out within ten minutes of their release. In particular the open bar, live music, champagne reception and dancing have proved to be popular with students. As well as this, it provides the perfect opportunity for students to dress up and celebrate the end of Lent Term.
Last year the Law Ball was held at the beautiful One Whitehall Place, featured in the TV-show The Crown, and located in the heart of Westminster. The night was filled with lots of fun, dancing and was the perfect last event, before we all sadly had to leave LSE early due to the onset of Covid-19.