The Alumni and Friends of CCLS serve both the Centre for Commercial Law Studies and its alumni. The Alumni and Friends of CCLS encourage its members to provide volunteer support to the Centre.
It also offers reunions and events that support its members and connect alumni to CCLS and to each other. The Alumni and Friends of CCLS was set up to provide alumni with lifelong learning opportunities to enhance their careers.
The Alumni and Friends of CCLS, with the Advisory Council as its governing body, is committed to being a strong, visible organisation responsible for planning and promoting programs and activities that support alumni and CCLS.
Awards and Scholarship Committee
Professor Sir Roy Goode, President of the CCLS Advisory Council, chairs this committee. Appointed by the President of the Advisory Council in collaboration with the Committee Chair, committee members select recipients of alumni awards and scholarships from nominations received by the committee. The committee can also recommend new awards.
CCLS Alumni Definition
A former student is considered an alumna/us of CCLS if the student either:
- received a postgraduate degree or other professional certificate from CCLS, Queen Mary’s OR
- satisfactorily completed 60 credit hours at the postgraduate level over the course of at least three terms at CCLS and is not enrolled in the postgraduate program or;
- holds an honorary degree from CCLS