Virginia students have the opportunity to participate in innovative student organizations that bring together students of different racial, ethnic, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds, as well as people of different sexual orientations and political affiliations.
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
APALSA provides academic and social support to its members and reaches out to the Law School community on issues pertaining to Asian-Americans.
Black Law Students Association
BLSA promotes the welfare of its members through educational, professional, cultural and social programs, while offering a forum for the discussion of issues affecting both the black law student and University communities. The group won National Chapter of the Year at the 2007 BLSA conference.
Feminist Legal Forum
The Feminist Legal Forum is dedicated to advancing feminist discussion and awareness at the Law School and eradicating sexism within the legal profession.
Jewish Law Students Association
JLSA provides cultural, educational and social programming for Jewish law students and serves as a resource for the rest of the Law School.
Korean American Law Student Association
KALSA exists to provide a vibrant social community for current law students, to connect students to a professional career network, and to provide support for other students and student organizations with related interests.
Lambda Law Alliance
Lambda Law Alliance provides a supportive network for sexual minorities and their allies enrolled in the Law School and heightens community awareness about legal issues relevant to sexual minorities.
Latin American Law Organization
LALO is an all-inclusive student group devoted to increasing awareness of legal issues facing Latinos and Latin America.
Law Christian Fellowship
LCF is a nondenominational Christian fellowship committed to presenting Christianity to the Law School and the surrounding Charlottesville community through service, outreach and fellowship.
Native American Law Students Association
NALSA is an all-inclusive student group that increases awareness of legal issues affecting Native American populations and enables students to engage in activities related to Native culture.
Peer Advisor Program
The Peer Advisor Program helps acclimate first-year students to the law school experience and provides friendship and support throughout law school.
Rex. E. Lee Law Society
The Rex E. Lee Law Society supports members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) who are studying or interested in studying law at the University of Virginia.
South Asian Law Student Association
SALSA promotes the welfare of its members through educational, professional, cultural and social programs.
St. Thomas More Society
The St. Thomas More Society fosters high ethical principles in the legal profession and in the community of Catholic lawyers.
Virginia Law Families
Virginia Law Families supports and promotes the interests of students facing the challenges of attending law school while raising children.
Virginia Law Veterans
Virginia Law Veterans serves as an information resource on veterans’ issues and national security and international law and policy topics. The organization sponsors events that support the school’s military community.
Virginia Law Women
Virginia Law Women is dedicated to addressing issues that interest, concern and affect women in law school.
Women of Color
Women of Color promotes the welfare of the diverse population of women at the Law School through a number of programs.