Keele Women’s Law Society

Keele Women’s Law Society

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Operating as usual

23/11/2022

Today we are attending Keele Law School’s 4th Annual Law Fair💫

Our main aim today is to help you all feel comfortable and confident enough to network effectively with the many exhibitors the fair has!

Please don’t hesitate to approach us as we can provide you with tips on how to approach the various professionals in the room

We look forward to seeing you all later on in Walter Moberly📍

04/10/2022

Introducing another 2022/23 committee member✨🫶🏾 as your Educational Events Officer

20/06/2022

Introducing our 2022/23 KWLS Committee👩🏼‍⚖️⚖️ as your new Vice President💫

20/06/2022

Introducing our 2022/23 KWLS Committee 👩🏼‍⚖️⚖️ as your new President✨

08/04/2022

📣Nominations are now open for a committee position at Keele Women’s Law Society! 📣

📌Head over to our page on the Keele SU website (link in bio) to make a nomination.

📌It is necessary to become a member of the society before you nominate yourself as a candidate. Memberships can be purchased on our page too.

📌Being elected for a role will give you a great opportunity to enhance your skills and stand out in your CV!

07/03/2022

We’re excited to announce two additional guest speakers for our online panel event this Wednesday. Don’t forget to submit your questions through padlet (link on stories) and join us via Teams!

05/03/2022

is approaching and our society is very excited to announce that we will be hosting a panel of these very inspiring women. Join us via Teams to hear their views and experiences on working to 🙅‍♀️

02/03/2022

In honour of International Women’s Day, KWLS will be organising a charity donation drive for Staffordshire Women’s aid (a domestic and sexual violence charity). Please feel free to drop by our stand at the Forest of Lights next Tuesday (8/3/22) to donate/support

21/01/2022

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting the Keele Law School’s Legal Skills Triathlon alongside and you can now register your interest to compete. This event is being sponsored by and winning will be a great thing to put on your CV! Sign up now for a chance to prove you’re the best.

25/12/2021

Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating 🎄💗and have a prosperous new year! From all of us at Keele Women’s Law Soc!

01/12/2021

F R O S T B I T E - The first ever official Law Ball Afterparty! Tickets are on sale now and all students are welcome. We can’t wait to see you there!

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 24/11/2021

Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women 🌏 Swipe to read a highlighted issue of how the pandemic has increased the numbers of domestic violence worldwide. Violence against women, girls and non-gender based violence is a human rights violation and it needs to be stopped.

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 22/11/2021

Commercial Awareness: Becoming and
staying commercially aware.
Commercial awareness is a key skill valued by all
legal professionals as it is vital for employability.
Aside from podcasts, tv and the press, here are some social media accounts that educate on commercial awareness➡️

11/11/2021

💬These groups campaigned throughout the 70s for women and minorities rights and this eventually led to FGM being criminalised in 1985.
🌟Learn more and celebrate the importance of this decade by joining us for our 70s social tomorrow! Tickets available on the SU events page!

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 09/11/2021

💬The Miss World protest that sparked a revolution
🌟The 1970s were very important for women, come along to our 70s social this Friday to celebrate the importance of this decade!

07/11/2021

These pieces of legislation were important as it raised more awareness of the daily injustices women faced.
💬“The S*x Discrimination Act 1975 was immensely significant for a whole generation of women who needed no longer to accept that sexism was just the way of the world. They could point to the Act and challenge the discrimination they faced.”- Ann Morris.
🌟The 1970s were very important for women, come along to our 70s social on Friday to celebrate the importance of this decade!

04/11/2021

Wishing everyone a blessed festival of lights 🪔💗🎆🎇

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 03/11/2021

Today is National Stress Awareness Day🧘🏽‍♀️This is a gentle reminder to not be too hard on yourself. Try to keep things in perspective. Remember that having a bad day is a universal experience, so take a few minutes each day to appreciate yourself 💗

01/11/2021

Come join us for our 70s themed social next Friday! 📍Blueprint ⏰7pm. Prizes will be up for grabs for best dressed!! We cant wait to see you there ☮️💜🌼🌈

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 27/10/2021

Please come and visit us today at the forest of light for some more information about spiking and how to stay safe on nights out!! Please come and write down your suggestions for change you want to see in the SU!

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 27/10/2021

Please come and visit us today at the forest of light for some more information about spiking and how to stay safe on nights out!! Please come and write down your suggestions for ways the SU can make you feel safer on nights out!!

25/10/2021

As a society we recognise the dangers of spiking and the threat that this imposes on students. This is something we will not ignore and in order to protest this our society will not be attending the SU this Wednesday nor planning any socials until the SU has taken action to help us all feel safe. Please come and show your support for this cause at the forest of light from 11-4 on Wednesday. We will be there with helpful advice about spiking and how to stay safe on nights out with

Photos from Keele Women’s Law Society's post 13/09/2021

⚠️trigger warning; r**e/ sexual assault⚠️

Consent is an enthusiastic yes! It’s freely given, without fear or coercion. Just because you were given consent in the past, does not mean you have consent now. Consent is mandatory each and every time. Consent can be withdrawn at any time! You cannot consent is you are incapacitated or asleep, only when you are fully aware of your surroundings. No means No!

Please respect yourself and others around you by educating yourself on what consent is. It helps everyone feel more comfortable and important.

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