The Old Cranleighan Lawyers’ Society (“OCLS”) is exactly what it says on its metaphorical tin: a society of Old Cranelighans who work in the legal field. The objective of the OCLS is to act as a fun and informal forum for OC lawyers to meet up with each other annually and generally in London. It is also hoped that the OCLS will be beneficial to new graduates interested in the law by facilitating opportunities to meet experienced lawyers in an informal environment.
The OCLS has over 80 members, but we would love to see it grow further and welcome new members, whether qualified or aspiring lawyers in training. Any OCs who wish to join the OCLS, or would like to attend its next event, should contact Alexi Dimitriou at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also search for the “Old Cranleighan Lawyers’ Society” group on the LinkedIn website and request to become a member.