Alumni outside New Academic Building


The law school is always delighted to hear from alumni and welcomes their participation in our activities.

We value our diverse and expert, global network of alumni, and we believe that your connections with LSE Law School last long after graduation.

From contributing to publications and speaking at events, to mentoring students and attending lectures and social activities, read on to find out how you can keep in contact with LSE Law School:

Ratio Magazine

Ratiois the annual magazine published by LSE Law School. It provides a unique insight into the work of our staff, students and alumni.  

Working towards the betterment of society is not just a mission statement at LSE Law, it is a lived reality. The new issue provides yet another striking illustration of this. Both students and staff have tried to understand, analyse, and leave a positive impact on some of the most pressing debates of our times. Professor Niamh Moloney chaired the Irish Taxation and Welfare Commission, generating a report whose significance has been compared to that penned by the late LSE director William Beveridge in the 1940s, a milestone in establishing Britain’s welfare state. Dr Roxana Willis published pathbreaking ethnographic research on life in a disadvantaged housing estate in England, calling for a rethinking of the criminal justice system. A group of PhD researchers created a reading group to critically reflect on the economic problems surrounding us in London and the role which law plays in shaping them. 

But there is, of course, so much more that is happening at the Law School. In the following pages, we will take you through the main changes, initiatives, and achievements that materialised during the 2022/23 academic session. You will learn about the new research which our colleagues have produced, such as Professor Martin Loughlin’s monograph Against Constitutionalism which has electrified the constitutional theory community; the impressive projects which alumni like Timothy Franklin, founder of the National School of Journalism and Public Discourse in India, have spearheaded; the many events we held over the course of the year, in which have covered topics ranging from the future of legal sex to the demise of the FTSE 100; as well as the work which has been done by and for students, including the new common room.

Read about all this and more in Ratio 2023/24 here.  

For earlier issues of  Ratio  please click here. 

If you are interested in finding out more about Ratio magazine, please email our Head of Events, Communications and Creative Projects, Alexandra Klegg, at

LSE Lawyers' Alumni Group

The LSE Lawyers’ Alumni Group brings together  LSE alumni who studied law at LSE and/or practise or have an interest in law. Membership of the group is free and all interested alumni are welcome to join. Through its range of initiatives, the group provides a sociable forum for networking and continued learning, and provides valuable alumni support.

LSE Lawyers’ Alumni Group Annual Dinner

The annual dinner is one of the group's flagship events. It is a popular opportunity for members to socialise in a formal setting. After-dinner speakers have included: Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry M; Lady Justice Smith, Court of Appeal; Peter Sutherland KCMG, Attorney General of the Republic of Ireland; Lord Falconer, the Lord Chancellor; Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, President, Family Division; Lord Goldsmith, the Attorney General; Rt Hon Lord Justice Robin Jacob.

 LSE Lawyers’ Alumni Group Seminars and Lectures

The group engages in current legal debate through its bespoke programme of events, organised in collaboration with LSE Law School. Alumni, faculty members and external speakers are invited to present on a wide range of topics, and events enjoy attendance from LAG members and affiliates as well as the wider public.

 Get in Touch

The group is run by a committee of alumni and includes representatives from the student body. Find out more about the committee here.

If you would like to become a member, be kept informed of group developments and be invited to events, please email the Alumni Relations team at

You can also connect with the group via Facebook here.

LSE Careers Services - Alumni Services and Student Engagement

How can you work with LSE Careers?

We warmly encourage alumni to participate in our activities aimed at supporting students in the early stages of their careers. Both LSE Law School and LSE Careers run a range of programmes and events with alumni throughout the year, from mentoring sessions to talks and panel discussions on a wide range of topics. If you would like to get involved, please contact Laura Carseldine ( to work with the postgraduate programme, and contact Fiona Thomas ( to work with the undergraduate programmes.

Would your employer/ organisation like to take part in an event?

LSE Careers also organises events with employers directly. As well as helping students learn about different sectors and skills, these events can help your company raise its profile at LSE.Please contact the Employer Engagement Team for more information.

LSE Careers services for alumni

LSE alumni can access LSE Careers for up to five years after graduation. You are also able to access resources and information on the LSE Careers website. LSE Careers can help with career queries, for example career planning and decision making, CV writing and practice interviews. Find out more about how LSE Careers can help and how to book appointments here.

The Executive LLM (ELLM) Alumni Association

The ELLM is a flexible postgraduate degree for working professionals who have obtained at least three years’ post-degree work experience. Delivered by our world-leading faculty, the ELLM allows individuals to engage in the highest-quality postgraduate education and continuing to work in full-time employment. Students also benefit from membership to the close-knit network of ELLM alumni.

Find out more about the ELLM Alumni Association.


Find out more about the ELLM


LSE is privileged to enjoy the generous backing of alumni and friends, who may choose to express their support for the LSE Law School through philanthropy.

Every gift you make, no matter the size, is a demonstration of faith in LSE Law School and an investment in the School’s future as a world leading social science institution. Thank you.

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Contact us

LSE Law School is always delighted to hear from alumni. Please get in touch to share your questions, feedback, ideas and news. Email: Alexandra Klegg, Communications Officer,

Please note that the Student Services Centre (SSC) handle all official document requests, including degree certificates and transcripts for alumni. You can find out more about transcripts here, including how to order hard copies or download a digital version if you graduated after 1993. If you need further assistance with documentation you can also contact the SSC by using their enquiry form (and select Results and Awards Team).

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