Law Students - Law Student Associations
Law Student Associations and Organizations
- American Bar Association Law Student Division
By joining the ABA Law Student Division, you can begin building a sturdy foundation to your future career.
- International Law Student Association
The International Law Students Association is a non-profit association of students and lawyers who are dedicated to the promotion of international law. ILSA provides students with opportunities to study, research, and network in the international legal arena.
- Student Organizations - Berkeley Law
The Boalt Hall Student Association (BHSA), the law school's student government organization, is composed of all registered law students. BHSA organizes activities of general law school interest and helps new students adjust to life at Berkeley Law by sponsoring social, athletic, and law-related events.
- Student Organizations - Columbia Law School
Student organizations are an integral and significant piece of the student experience at Columbia Law School. With over 70 student organizations, ranging from professional interest organizations to social organizations, almost all of our students are active in at least one group.
- Student Organizations - Duke Law
The clubs and organizations at Duke Law run the gamut, from the Innocence Project to the Duke Law Bowling League to the Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw Society. If your particular interests arenít represented by the 40+ groups, you are welcome and encouraged to start your own. Contact Jason Belk, the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, if you are interested in starting a new organization.
- Student Organizations - Stanford Law School
With over 50 distinctive student organizations, there are a multitude of opportunities for law students to get involved in extracurricular activities including community service projects and political groups.
- Student Organizations and Governance - Yale Law School
The list of student organizations changes every year, based on the activities and interests of current students. The Law School provides a budget (including an events budget and a conference attendance budget), shared office space, and administrative resources to approved student organizations.
- Student Organizations and Journals - Havard Law School
Students at Harvard Law School have a wide variety of interests outside the classroom, many of which are explored through the more than 90 on-campus student organizations, groups, and activities. These organizations based on social, political, service and professional interests hold nearly daily events ranging from workshops, panels, and conferences to concerts, networking opportunities, and athletics.