Students of Faith
The Law School is committed to providing an inclusive community for all our students. No matter your background, students of faith are all welcome at the Law School. If you need assistance with navigating any of the resources below, do not hesitate to visit the Dean of Students Office or contact us via email at email@example.com.
Law School Resources
Recordings for Observance of Religious Holidays: The Law School policy allows students to request class recordings when you must miss class due to observance of religious holidays, including up to 1 day prior to and following the holiday if travel is required. Students wishing to request that a class be recorded due to observance of religious holidays must submit their petition at least 7 days in advance of the absence here: http://www.law.uchicago.edu/RequestRecordClassHolidayObservance. Students should not contact a professor directly about recording; all recording requests are handled through the Registrar's Office. Questions about recording requests should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or the Office of the Dean of Students at email@example.com. Students are prohibited from recording classes on their own.
Law School Prayer Space: For Autumn Quarter 2020 our regular prayer space in the Law School will not be available due to its size and our density limits. However, students needing a prayer space within the Law School may use Room G on the lower level. The room will remain unlocked during building hours, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM and will only be used for this purpose. Students are free to utilize the space as needed for prayer while also maintaining all social distance and mask requirements.
Christian Legal Society (CLS): The Christian Legal Society (CLS) is a group of students from a wide range of denominational backgrounds, who, on top of their involvement in the law school in and their local churches, come together as a group to encourage each other in their faith.
Dallin H. Oaks Society: The purpose of the Dallin H. Oaks Society is to increase awareness within the Law School community of the presence, beliefs and concerns of law students who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS).
Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA): The Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA) offers a wide range of programming to address the diverse social, cultural, religious, and intellectual interests of Jewish students.
Muslim Law Students Association (MLSA): The Muslim Law Students Association (MLSA) offers a wide range of programming to satisfy the diverse social, cultural, religious, and intellectual needs of Muslim students. The MLSA strives to introduce the Law School community to issues of importance to Muslims worldwide.
St. Thomas More Society: The St. Thomas More Society is the association for Catholic students at the Law School. Membership is open to anyone interested in learning about Catholic perspectives on legal questions and social issues.
Spiritual Life: Committed to learning from one another, listening to one another, and bringing diverse perspectives to a common conversation. Spiritual Life is a key part of the University’s diversity initiatives.