Student Organizations

There are more than 50 active student organizations at UNC School of Law. These organizations provide students with the opportunity to gain practical experience, professional development, to make enduring friendships and to learn more about a specific area of legal interest.

American Constitution Society
Anti-Death Penalty Project
Asian American Law Students Association
Black Law Students Association
Broun National Trial Team
Carolina Health Law Organization
Carolina Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA)
Carolina Law’s First-Generation Professionals
Carolina Public Interest Law Organization (CPILO)
Christian Legal Society
Conference on Race, Class, Gender and Ethnicity (CRCGE)
Environmental Law Project (ELP)
Federalist Society
First Amendment Law Review
Hispanic Latino Law Student Association
Holderness Moot Court
Immigration Law Association
International and Comparative Law Organization
Jewish Law Association
Law Students Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
Media Law Society
National Lawyers Guild
Neurodiverse Law Student Association (NDLSA)
Sports and Entertainment Law Association
The Conservation & Agricultural Law Federation
The North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review
Transactional and Corporate Law Association
UNC Innocence Project
UNC Labor and Employment Law Association
Veterans Advocacy Legal Organization (VALOR)
Women In Law