Finance and Social Justice Project
The Finance and Social Justice Project (the “FSJ Project”) is an extracurricular activity that gives LLM students the opportunity to work on current, real-world problems at the intersection of finance and social justice. It has three main goals:
- To enhance students’ employability by further developing their professional skills.
- To give students a practical insight into less conventional professional careers in corporate and financial law.
- To help students realise their potential to contribute to social change.
You can find more information about the Project, including details of our work and student testimonies, in the sections below.
The Project is keen to explore opportunities for collaboration with other academic institutions, as well as with non-academic organisations such as private companies, public authorities and non-governmental organisations. If you are an organisation interested in collaborating with us, please email Dr Javier Solana.