Law students perform at 100 Years of Women in the Law Celebration


Four Law students gave a musical performance at a key legal networking event held in Manchester. An exclusive drinks reception, hosted by Lincoln House Chambers, celebrated 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, which allowed women to enter the legal profession.

Four School of Law students, Zheng See (erhu or chinese violin), Ka Foo (piano), Joanne Daniels (piano) and Sorcha Whyte (grade 8 singer) were invited to perform at the event by Lincoln House Chamber - an award-winning barrister's chambers - in Manchester.

The event was an exclusive drinks reception by some of Manchester's most senior judges, barristers and solicitors, and the Law School was honoured that our students were invited to perform exclusively.

The event was held on 13 June 2019 at Manchester Hall and attended by senior figures from the Manchester legal community. Speaking after the students’ performance, Lincoln House Chambers noted that there had been much praise from the audience of how brilliant the students all were.

Well Done!

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