Take part in UMass Law's student government, elected by and representing all UMass Law students, a unique and diverse student body.
Work your way up the ranks at UMass Law's biannual student-reviewed law journal: review and edit author submissions, coordinate UMass Law Review's annual Roundtable Law Symposium.
Sharpen your trial skills; compete with peers nationwide; practice civil and criminal case preparation; build public speaking, teamwork, and trial skills experience.
Join UMass Law's chapter of the International Law Students Association: promote the study and understanding of international law; participate in conferences, academic lectures, and panels.
Foster gender equality and diversity within the UMass Law community by bringing speakers to campus to discuss issues concerning women in the law. Participate in our annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
Raise cultural and social awareness; assist in producing successful lawyers; facilitate the creation of opportunities for minority and African-American groups through access to professional networks, internships, job fairs, and legal forums.
Join our division of one of the leading professional law fraternities in the world: opportunities to network with other Delta Theta Phi's, both students and alumni, nationwide.
Promote understanding of Asian Pacific American culture in the legal community.
Explore issues affecting the Latino community and support diversity in the legal community.
OUTlaw is an organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning law students, as well as their allies and friends.
Promotes education and interaction of students at UMass Law who currently manage law school with parental responsibilities.