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Student Organizations

There are a lot of active student organizations at WVU Law, covering a wide-range of interests. Involvement in a student organization develops leadership skills and are a good way to network and gain practice-ready skills. Join one that matches your interests, or find like-minded students and form your own organization. In addition to these organization, every class has its own student leadership team.

Student organizations at WVU Law

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Society 
  • American Civil Liberties Union 
  • American Constitution Society 
  • Animal Law Society 
  • Asian-Pacific American Law Students Association 
  • Black Law Students Association 
  • Business Law Society 
  • Christian Legal Society 
  • Community Service Council 
  • Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia 
  • Democratic Law Caucus 
  • Energy Law Association 
  • Environmental Law Society 
  • Federalist Society 
  • International Law Students Association 
  • Labor Law Society 
  • Marlyn E. Lugar Trial Association 
  • Moot Court Board
  • National Lawyers Guild  
  • OUTLaw 
  • Phi Alpha Delta 
  • Public Interest Advocates 
  • Republican Law Caucus 
  • Sports and Entertainment Law Society 
  • Student Bar Association 
  • Tax Law Society 
  • Veterans Law Caucus 
  • West Virginia Association for Justice Student Chapter 
  • West Virginia Employment Lawyers Association 
  • West Virginia Intellectual Property 
  • West Virginia Law Review 
  • Women's Leadership Council
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