Your life on campus is a reflection of your interests and talents. The Law School is home to approximately 60 student organizations with a wide variety of purposes - you will find student groups focused on public service or particular legal specialties, ethnic and religious identification or political agenda, purely social pursuits or campus involvement and many other things. The umbrella student government for the Law School is the Law Students Association, and new student groups are always being formed to meet the changing needs of the student body. From lunchtime lectures to evening get-togethers, student organizations provide students with a constant stream of enagaging and fun activities.
If you would like to browse through all the student organizations currently available, check out our students' section. The University also has a wide variety of Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that law students are welcome to join.