The Cranworth Society is the largest student-run college law society in Cambridge. All undergraduates studying Law are automatically members, although we welcome any non-law students who are considering converting to law at any point. Such students should contact the society to become a member, free of charge.

The society is active throughout the academic year, maintaining a close relationship with firms of solicitors and chambers. A diverse variety of networking and social events are organised for members, offering a range of opportunities for exploring career options and providing academic support. 

Highlights of the calendar year include a sponsored day trip to the Supreme Court in London, an annual moot against Magdalene College, themed end-of-term private formals, an annual summer garden party, and the Cranworth Annual Dinner. 

The Cranworth Society also recently celebrated the centenary of its foundation, marking this special occasion with a large formal dinner and panel event. Distinguished alumni guests included guest speaker The Rt Hon Lord Lloyd-Jones, The Hon Justice Richard Snowden and Farmida Bi CBE, amongst many other academics, barristers, solicitors and judges across generations of Cranworth alumni. 

For further information about the society, its activities or membership opportunities, please contact