Malta Law Students’ Society has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’!
Għaqda Studenti Tal-Liġi (Malta Law Students’ Society) is a faculty-based non-profit organisation at the University of Malta that represents all law students within the Faculty of Laws. GħSL was set up by a group of law students in 1943, led by Joseph Ganado, who later became Professor of Civil Law at the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta. Today, Prof. Ganado is considered one of the pillars of the Maltese legal profession
Law students elect executive members to the GħSL Board to represent their best interests within the faculty, while Class Representatives are appointed from every year of the law course to maintain the best possible communication between the Society, the Faculty of Laws and the students themselves.
The organisation plays a pivotal role in law students’ academic and social life at the University of Malta. GħSL seeks to be at the forefront of local and international legal policies; naturally of interest to law students. The organisation is responsible for the distribution of authoritative law notes and past papers published by GħSL and the University of Malta, and also organizes several seminars and conferences which are often addressed by leading local and foreign speakers.
We welcome GħSL into this project and look forward to working together!