Thursday, September 4, 2014

ASL Student Organizations

Opportunities to Serve the School, the Community, and the Profession

This week, we held a bar-b-que that gave student organizations an opportunity to recruit members.  

I profiled all, or nearly all, of ASL's student organizations in a series of posts beginning in August 31, 2013 that continued through October 2013.

They are:

Pro Bono Legal Service Providers:
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA
  • VITA Tax Services (VITA
  • Great Eastern Trail Project (GET
Law Journals:
  • Appalachian Journal of Law (AJoL)
  • Appalachian Natural Resources Law Journal (ANRLJ)
Student Government:
Legal Fraternities:
  • Blackwell Inn Phi Delta Phi (PDP
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International (PAD
Focus on Substantive Law:
  • ADR Society 
  • Criminal Law Society (CLS
  • Education Law Society (ELS
  • Energy and Mineral Law Society (EMLS
  • Environmental Law Society (ELS
  • Innocence Project 
  • International Law Society (ILS
  • Patent Law Association (PLA
  • Sports & Entertainment Law Society (SELS
  • Sutin Public-Interest Association (SPIA
Affinity Groups:
  • Appalachian Women in the Law (AWIL
  • Black Law Students Association (BLSA
  • Christian Legal Society (CLS
  • Gay/Straight Legal Association (GSLA or Outlaw) 
  • Hamilton Society (veterans)
Political Viewpoints:
  • Democratic Law Society (DLS
  • Republican Law Society (RLS
  • Federalist Society (conservatives/libertarians) 
  • American Constitution Society (ACS
Geographic Groups:
Sports Groups:
Other Groups: 
For more information about these student organizations, take a look at the late August, September, and early October 2013 postings at The Red Velvet Lawyer  Keep in mind that some of the listed officers have changed.  

For information about funding or creating an organization, see here and here

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