Our law students have wonderful opportunities to balance classwork with rewarding and meaningful student activities. Law students gain leadership skills, learn about the application of the law, pursue areas of interest, and develop peer networks through engagement with co-curricular activities. With more than 20 active student organizations, our law students can explore a range of interest areas throughout law school.
Below is a list of law student organizations. As a law student, if you are interested in joining a student organization and learning more, please attend the student organization fair at the beginning of fall semester and look out for programming throughout the academic year on the events calendar.
For questions, please contact Davida Finger, Associate Dean of Students.
Students interested in starting a new organization must follow the instructions on this document and confirm a College of Law faculty advisor, Law School Organization Chartering Process.
To apply for SBA funds, student organizations must complete a Semester Plan.
Student organizations may order food for their events from America To Go.
Student organizations may request website updates or marketing assistance for a public event by contacting Dean Finger. Please place requests one month from the date when you would like the marketing effort to begin.