Law School Student Activities
Looking to get involved in activities outside of the classroom? New England Law is home to dozens of student organizations along with special programs and volunteer opportunities.
- Student Bar Association
- American Constitution Society
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Animal Law Society
- Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
- Black Law Students Association
- Criminal Law Society
- Due Process (student magazine)
- Entertainment and Sports Law
- The Federal Bar Association
- The Federalist Society
- Immigration Law Association
- Intellectual Property Law Association
- International Law Society
- Jewish Law Students Association
- Latin American Law Students Association
- Minority Students Association
- OUTLaws (LGBT)
- Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
- Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity/Bradlee Inn
- Public Interest Law Association
- Real Estate and Land Use Society
- South Asian Law Students Association
Please note: Not every law student society and organization listed here is active during each academic year.
- Charles Hamilton Houston Enrichment Program (CHHEP)
- Clinical Programs
- New England Innocence Project (NEIP): For information about NEIP, you may also email Professor David Siegel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Suffolk Lawyers for Justice, Inc. (SLJ) is a non-profit organization responsible for administering criminal defense services to indigent persons accused of crimes in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. SLJ manages over 300 private attorneys who handle about 90% of indigent criminal defense cases in Greater Boston. New England Law students are paired and work with SLJ attorneys.
- Friends of CASA, Inc.
- Shelter Legal Services Foundation, Inc.
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program