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The Law Society currently has two sports teams for students of any ability to get involved in, Netball and Badminton. These teams are open to all within the Law Faculty and beyond and compete in the intramural leagues and various other tournaments.

Sports teams within the Law Society are a great way to get to know more people within law, build friendships and seek advice from students in other years. In addition to regular exercise and a welcomed break from the books, the relaxed but strong team spirit during matches and socials are a great way to develop those communication and teamwork skills sought after by employers. The Committee assists with obtaining sponsorship from local law firms for friendly games and team kits. This also creates great networking opportunities between firms and team members.

Scroll down for more information on sporting events and joining a team.

Banners 2018

"Hale's Angels" Law Society Netball Team

The Annual Banners Tournament

In the Spring, we hold the annual charity Banners Tournament in honour and memory of Arijit Banerjee, a former student of our Law Faculty who sadly passed away in 2001 after battling mental health issues.


The Banners Tournament usually consists of netball, football and rugby, although this varies year to year. This is a fantastic event to raise money for charity and bring together students of all disciplines, staff, and firms to support a great cause.

Visit our Events Page to find more information on Banners.

Banners 2018
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Banners 2017

Join a Sports Team

Should you be interested in joining one of our teams, or have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact the current Sports Reps who can be found on the Committee page. 

LawSoc Netball- ‘Hale’s Angels’

The current Netball Captains are Ella Scammell (Our President) and Jules Brown (Our Treasurer).

LawSoc Badminton

The current Badminton Captain is Georgia Mitchell (Canadian Law Society President). 

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