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The Technology Law society was founded in 2013. Our mission is to incorporate Information and Communication Technology into students’ academic life, preparing them for entry into the modern economy. Our aims are to be achieved by offering our members, the University of Leicester community and the general public the following events:
•Conferences – The primary purpose for these conferences, besides providing opportunities to acquire practical skills, is to serve as a platform for orienting law students to information technology topics and issues of significant legal consequence.
•Certification Courses and Competitions – The primary purpose for these certification courses is to provide law students with skills they can leverage during internships and later on in their professional lives.
•Please note that conferences, certification courses and competitions are offered solely by Technology Law Society and in partnership with our corporate sponsors. There is no affiliation with the School of Law or the University of Leicester.
The Technology Law society is focused on bridging the gap between education and industry, theory and practice. We provide Law, Computing, Science, Engineering, Medical and any other interested students with career versatility, relevant marketable skills and knowledge in IT law through our innovative, interdisciplinary examination of current and emerging developments in technology and law.
Executive Committee 2021/22
President - Zahra Makda
Executive Vice President – Joshua Man Lung Appadoo
General Counsel & Secretary – Joshua Man Lung Appadoo
Treasurer – Eduardo Raffa
Wellbeing and Inclusions Ambassador – Zahra Makda
Public Relations Vice-President – Arshdip Singh
Membership - £5 per year
Website - http://unigeeklaw.co.uk
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