The end of a three year rollercoaster ride

We’ve travelled together on a memorable, action-packed and special journey.

Starting out as Outreach and Recruitment Officer

I’m looking forward to continuing working here over the summer as the temporary Outreach and Recruitment Officer at Lucy Cavendish College

HHLCCBC women are ready for May Bumps!

Everyone’s favourite term for rowing is nearly over, but not before May Bumps take place next week!

Working to Support Stranded Spouses: Sulema Jahangir

Sulema Jahangir (Law. 2000) discusses her role in supporting those spouses who find themselves separated from their families.

Representing Women in Employment Law

Jessie Ingle (Law, 2013) provides insight into her role, helping women achieve justice in the face of many difficult barriers.

Reflections of a Law Lecturer in Cambridge and Beyond

Dorothy Heeneman (Law, 1981) discusses her law teaching career.

Life After Lucy: Susy Jepson

Susy Jepson (Law, 1978) tells how her Lucy story began with a feature on Woman's Hour in 1975.

Teaching Law in Hong Kong

I came away from Lucy Cavendish with the feeling that all things were possible. I still feel the same today.

Forty Years of Law at Lucy Cavendish

Some Reflections from Jillinda Tiley, Emeritus Fellow and former Director of Studies for Law

Welcome to Nautilus 11

Welcome to Nautilus 11, our final edition for this academic year.