The Cambridge University Graduate Law Society (CUGLS) caters for those studying postgraduate law and criminology.

The Graduate Law Society of the University of Cambridge, referred to as the 'CUGLS' or 'GLS', is a student-run society catering to the needs and interests of those studying Law or Criminology at the postgraduate level. It does not charge membership fees. Students studying for the LLM, MCL, PhD, or MLitt in law, PhD in criminology or MPhil in criminology are automatically considered members of the GLS.

The purpose of the GLS is to provide and facilitate empowerment, education, and social events for its members. It organises a variety of social events for members and their guests throughout the three academic terms.