Student Organizations

Vanderbilt law students are active, public-minded and diverse - all qualities reflected by a wide variety of thriving student organizations at the law school. Even with little free time, most students find it worthwhile to join one or more organizations for professional advancement, personal enhancement, altruism, and networking - or simply to offer a welcome release from the demands of law study. This section provides brief descriptions of current student organizations and the names of officers to contact for more information.

The Office of Student Affairs serves as the administrative point of contact for Law School student organizations. We are located in Suite 154 of the Vanderbilt Law School Building. For more information please email Chris Meyers or call 615-322-6826. While we cannot provide personal contact information for our student leaders, each organization has an e-mail account that is monitored by their officers. These e-mail addresses may be obtained by clicking on each organization's link below.


Academic/Practice Areas

Alternative Dispute Resolution Organization
Animal Law Society
Art and Cultural Property Law Association
Cork and Tap Society
Criminal Law Association
Entertainment & Sports Law Society
Environmental Law Society
Health Law Society
Intellectual Property Association
International Law Society
Labor & Employment Law Society
Law & Business Society

 

Administrative/
Governance

Vanderbilt Bar Association
Ambassadors
Honor Council

 

Advocacy/Political

American Constitution Society
Disability Law Society
Federalist Society
Law Students for Reproductive Justice
Law Students for Social Justice
Law Students for Veterans Affairs
Legal Aid Society and Public Interest Stipend Fund
OUTLaw
Second Amendment Club
Women Law Students Association

Competitions

Mock Trial Board
Moot Court Board

 

Cultural

Asian-Pacific American Law Student Association
Black Law Students Association
Jewish Law Students Association
La Alianza
Middle Eastern Law Student Association
South Asian Law Students Association

 

Publications

Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review
Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law
Journal of Transnational Law
Vanderbilt Law Review

 

Special Interest

Catholic Law Students Association
Christian Legal Fellowship
Headnotes
J. Reuben Clark Law Society
Law Futbol Club
Phi Delta Phi
The VENT
Transfer Students Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

students in lobby

Many students, faculty, and staff regularly attend Blackacre, a weekly social gathering sponsored by a student organization. Themes range from the Animal Law Society's Cutest Pet Contest to Black Law Student Association's Black History Month Jeopoardy. There is always a great mix of food, drinks, and community!

students

students at buffet