2023 - 2024
Student Organization Handbook

Current Student Organizations

Extracurricular Organizations

Extracurricular organizations are organizations that do not result in academic credit for student participation. Extracurricular organizations receive funding from the Student Bar Association, which serves as the student representative and governing body of the law school.

American Constitution Society

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)

Awaken: The Creative Journal of Contemporary Bioethics

Black Law Students Association (BLSA)

Business Law Society

Christian Legal Society

Domestic Violence Awareness Coalition (DVAC)

Election Law Society

Environmental Law Society

Federalist Society

Firearms Awareness Club

First Generation Law Students (FGLS)

Golf Club


International Law Society

Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA)

Latinx Law Student Association (LLSA)


Phi Alpha Delta (PAD)

Public Interest Law Organization (PILO)

Society for Criminal Justice Reform (SCJR)

Sports and Entertainment Law Society (SELS)

Trial Bar

Veterans Advocacy Legal Organization (VALOR)

Women in Law

Co-Curricular Organizations

Co-Curricular organizations are defined by the academic credit that students earn for their participation in the organization. Co-curricular organizations are approved by the faculty and in most circumstances receive operational funding from the law school. Co-Curricular organizations are not eligible to receive funding from the Student Bar Association since they receive funding from the School of Law. 

AAJ Trial Team

Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law

Law Review

Moot Court

National Trial Team

Transactional Law Competition

Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy