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President's Address

I'd like to extend a warm welcome to you on behalf of the Sussex University Law Society (USLS). As restrictions are slowly lifted and we continue to move out of the pandemic, I will ensure that the USLS successfully transitions back into an in-person setting whilst still supporting those who choose to use an online platform.

 

Our Law Society exists to enhance the experience of law and non-law students by exposing members to opportunities in order to grow and flourish during their time at University. The USLS is a very active society in Sussex, running a vast array of social and career events, speakers events, workshops, the Law Ball and many more.

 

It is a great privilege to serve as the President of the USLS and I hope that I  will bring even more growth to the society this year. I am also hugely grateful to the incredibly talented executive committee. They have already put an immense amount of effort into the society and I am sure they will continue their excellent work throughout the next academic year. Finally, I look forward to meeting all members old and new in the upcoming year!

Callum Stickney
2021-2022

 
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The University of Sussex Law Society are proud to host alongside the University of Sussex Politics Society, and the University of Sussex Students'​ Union an upcoming Livestream event: "In Conversation with Gina Miller" on July 31st at 3pm BST. Make sure you respond to this Facebook event to be notified: https://lnkd.in/g7YtAYf

Gina Miller, activist and businesswoman, joins us to discuss her career as a campaigner for social justice and her thoughts on Brexit, followed by a live audience Q&A.

Miller gained prominence in 2016, twice fighting the British government in the Supreme Court and winning both cases, in what would become landmark moments in Britain’s journey towards exiting the European Union.

A vocal opponent of a ‘hard Brexit’, she has launched the Best for Britain campaign and was a proponent for tactical voting. In 2017, Miller was named the ‘UK’s Most Influential Black Person’, and has since become one of Britain's most prominent activists.

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