Student organizations provide opportunities to relate educational experiences and other interests to a world beyond the classroom, and to develop peer networks and leadership skills that can extend beyond graduation.
• American Constitution Society for Law and Policy student chapter is part of a national network of law students, law professors, lawyers, and others who advocate a progressive interpretation of the United States Constitution for contemporary issues. The chapter sponsors debates and panel discussions on some of those issues.
• Black Law Students Association offers students peer support, professional networking, advocacy on issues important to African American lawyers and citizens, and public service activities.
• blu. (business law union) organizes workshops on business law-related topics, such as contracts, negotiation, and small-firm practice management, and sponsors professional networking opportunities.
• Chase Christian Legal Society focuses on issues related to law and faith.
• Chase Cyberlaw & IP Society focuses on cyberlaw, internet law, information privacy law, IP and patents, and informatics, and explores enhanced opportunities in this growing field of law.
• Chase Public Interest Group sponsors speakers and service activities for students interested in public interest law.
• Chase Student Animal Legal Defense Fund provides a forum for education and advocacy on ethical treatment of animals.
• Criminal Law Association explores issues of criminal law.
• Environmental Law Society provides informational and networking opportunities for students interested in environmental law.
• Federal Bar Association student chapter offers educational and networking opportunities to students interested in federal practice.
• The Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy student chapter is part of a national organization of law students, law professors, lawyers, and others that explores issues from a perspective of a strict interpretation of the United States Constitution. It sponsors speakers and panel discussions.
• Latino Law Students Association provides students with multicultural opportunities and connections to Latino professional legal and educational societies.
• The Legal Association of Women provides informational, networking, and mentoring opportunities for students to explore career issues that affect female lawyers.
• Military Law Society allows students to explore issues of military or national security law and policy.
• National Lawyers Guild concentrates on human rights issues.
• Outlaw promotes discussion and awareness of LGBTQ diversity and legal issues, and coordinates with other student organizations.
• Phi Alpha Delta is a national association open to all students for educational, service, and social opportunities.
• Sports and Entertainment Law Society provides opportunities to explore legal issues involved in sports and entertainment.
If your student organization is not listed above, send a description of the organization to Judy Brun at firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion on the website.