KU Law students come to Green Hall with a wide range of experiences and backgrounds. The environment here — where there are as many opportunities for collaboration as for competition — contributes to the development of friendships that will last a lifetime.
Outside the classroom, student organizations provide a focus for service, social activities and professional development. Some activities sponsored by student organizations have become significant law school traditions.
In Green Hall, student life is centered in the student commons area on the first floor, where students gather between classes and for special student activities.
Student organizations provide leadership, community service and academic opportunities for students. They play host to events, plan symposia and participate in service activities. Contact information for registered organizations is available at the links below.
In addition to law student organizations, students may choose from more than 500 university student organizations. For more information about campuswide organizations, visit the Student Involvement & Leadership Center section of the KU website.
- American Constitution Society
- Asian Law Students Association
- Black Law Students Association
- Business & Tax Law Society
- Christian Legal Society
- J. Reuben Clark Law Society
- Environmental Law Society
- Federal Bar Association
- Federalist Society
- Health Law Society
- Hispanic American Law Students Association
- International Law Society
- Law Students for Reproductive Justice
- Military & Veterans Law Society
- Native American Law Students Association
- Non-Traditionals in Law Association
- OutLaws & Allies
- Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
- Public Interest Law Society
- St. Thomas More Society
- Sports and Entertainment Law Society
- Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
- Student Bar Association
- Student Intellectual Property Law Association
- Traffic Court
- Women in Law