Student Organizations

Our more than 50 student organizations offer many opportunities for students to engage with the diverse community of Los Angeles, build connections with practicing lawyers and potential employers, and form lifelong bonds with their peers.

Student organizations host lively debates, meaningful community service activities and stimulating social events. Whether organizing a national Latino/a law student conference through Latinx Law Students Association, working on one of our dozen student-edited journals, or attending a panel discussion on high art and intellectual property through the Art Law Society, UCLA Law students benefit from immersive learning experiences and valuable networking opportunities.

The list of student organizations may change from year to year, based on the activities and interests of current students.

Please note that the information contained on the student organizations web pages, or on other websites to which they are linked, is not monitored or controlled by UCLA School of Law, and does not represent official statements or views of UCLA School of Law.

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