Student Organization Directory

Last updated 07/20/2022. If you want your student organization's information listed on the directory below, please email with (1) the student organization's title; (2) the student organization's email address; and (3) a small blurb about what your organization is/does.

  • American Constitutional Society ( American Constitution Society realizes the promises of the U.S. Constitution by building and leading a diverse legal community that dedicated itself to advancing and defending democracy, justice, equality, and liberty; to securing a government that serves the public interest; and to guarding against the abuse of law and the concentration of power. ACS believes that the Constitution is “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” We interpret the Constitution based on its text and against the backdrop of history and lived experience. Through a diverse nationwide network of progressive lawyers, law students, judges, scholars and many others, we work to uphold the Constitution in the 21st Century by ensuring that law is a force for protecting our democracy and the public interest and for improving people’s lives. ACS welcomes a diverse membership into our network from a wide range of communities, These members are critical to ACS’s mission of building and leading a diverse legal community that dedicated itself to advancing and defending democracy, justice, equality, and liberty; to securing a government that serves the public interest; and to guarding against the abuse of law and the concentration of power.
  • Arizona Animal Legal Defense Fund (
  • Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (
  • Black Law Students Association ( mission of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers School of Law is to recruit, retain, and support all law students, with an emphasis on students of Black or African descent. The BLSA President is the public face, leader, and chief organizer of the Association. The President coordinates the BLSA events, interfaces with the law college administration and other student organizations, chairs the E-Board and General Body meetings, and runs elections. In general, the President also drafts official Association statements and external communications and typically completes any other miscellaneous work that needs to get done. The President, together with the rest of the E-Board, also makes long-term decisions about the direction of the Association.
  • Business Law Society ( provide students with further education on various aspects of business and corporate law. To enrich all law students’ professional and personal lives with additional resources concerning networking, professionalism, and career guidance. To foster a community of business-interested students at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.
  • Environmental Law Society ( Environmental Law Society promotes interest in and awareness of environmental issues and their relation to the field of law, provides fellowship among the students and faculty, represents and responds to student needs and interests in environmental issues and the practice of environmental law, and provides a forum for the presentation of innovative ideas to the benefit of the University community and the environment.
  • Health Law Society (, Law Society is an organization for students interested in the intersection between Healthcare and the law. We organize speakers and events that our students are interested in seeing.
  • If/When/How ( envisions a transformation of the legal systems and institutions that perpetuate oppression into structures that realize justice, and a future when all people can self-determine their reproductive lives free from discrimination, coercion, or violence.
  • Immigrational Law Students Association ( Immigration Law Students Association (ILSA) is a student-led project that was established to build a supportive network of law students and community members who are passionate about immigration law and migrants’ rights. Our work is centered in service, advocacy, and professional development. Throughout the academic year, ILSA members have the opportunity to participate in community immigration clinics and other service events, engage in migrants’ rights advocacy, and benefit from speakers, networking functions, and other professional development activities.
  • Justice Advocates Coalition (, Justice Advocates Coalition at the Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is a student-led organization committed to building a supportive community for law students dedicated to social justice work and public interest law.
  • Latino Law Student Association ( Latino Law Student Association is a student-run organization composed of Latinx and Latin American law students and students interested in issues affecting the Latino community at The University of Arizona. LLSA is dedicated to facilitating growth, community-building, and professional and academic development for all our members. We aim to create and cultivate an encouraging environment for current and prospective Latinx students through academic support, scholarship, community service, and networking events. We also aim to engage all members of the University of Arizona in service projects benefiting marginalized communities in Arizona. LLSA seeks, first and foremost, to create a space of engagement and a platform from which our members may launch successful careers with impact. LLSA is committed to creating and maintaining a community for Latinx students at UofA Law School and sending highly qualified, dedicated and responsible Latinx lawyers into every legal arena.
  • Law Women's Association ( objective of the Law Women’s Association (LWA) is to foster a community dedicated to the support and encouragement of women in the professional world. LWA provides resources to students and others interested in improving the status of women in both academic and professional settings. By serving as facilitators among students, faculty, local organizations, and the Arizona Women Lawyers Association, LWA supplies a forum for the exchange of ideas, a vehicle for change, and a tight-knit community for support within a larger environment that has not always been so receptive to women.
  • Legal Empiricism and Discussion Society ( Legal Empiricism and Discussion Society was formed in 2020. The goal of the organization is to promote the application of empirical principles and methods to law.
  • National Lawyers Guild Student Chapter ( NLG-UA is an association of law students dedicated to social justice, human rights, and civil liberties, centering the rights of people over property. The UA James E. Rogers College of Law Chapter is the on-campus forum in which Guild members and other community members work together to examine topics of interest.
  • Native American Law Students Association ( Native American Law Students Association at the University of Arizona seeks to create a strong sense of community among its members while actively encouraging and recruiting Native Americans into the study of law. The President sets the tone and direction, with collaboration from the rest of the Board, for how the year will go and what the priorities will be. The President communicates with other student organizations, the University, and NALSA community members. In addition to planning events and setting goals for NALSA, the President serves a support role, ensuring that members who come to the table with ideas have the resources they need to bring them to life. Significantly, the President is also the main point of contact if any community conflicts or conflicts with the University arise.
  • Philosophy of Law Society of the University of Arizona College of Law ( Philosophy of Law Society of the University of Arizona College of Law is a student organization focusing on fostering discussion, debate, and education in philosophy of law and jurisprudence. Our activities include a reading group, student presentations, and occasional guest lectures.
  • The Federalist Society, Arizona Student Chapter ( Federalist Society is founded on the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution, and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be.