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Law students of the school, unite!

September 22, 2010

Ropes, tied together

Law school is lots of work, but there’s always time for making friends and getting to know fellow students who share your interests or beliefs.  So don’t miss your chance to join one or more of these exciting student organizations:  

The American Constitution Society; Asian Pacific American Law Student Association; Black Law Students Association; Christian Legal Society; Criminal Law Society; Entertainment Law Society; Environmental Law Society; Family Law Society; Federalist Society; Golf Society; Intellectual Property Law Association; International Law Society; Jefferson Law Republicans; Jewish Student Union; La Raza Student Association; Law Students for Reproductive Justice; Middle Eastern Law Students Association; National Lawyers Guild; Outlaw Society; Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Public Interest Law Foundation; Sports Law Society; Student Bar Association; TJSL Muslim Student Association; TJSL Outdoors Club; TJSL Tax Society; or Women’s Law Association.  

Check out the students page to find out more about these organizations.  And remember, if you’re still not finding just the right student community, you can propose your own organization by sending an e-mail to Lisa Ferreira.  

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