UT Law’s student organizations offer many opportunities for students to engage with the community, build connections with practicing lawyers and potential employers, and form lifelong bonds with their peers.
Our student organizations host lively debates, meaningful community service activities and stimulating social events. UT Law students benefit from immersive learning experiences and valuable networking opportunities.
Below are the currently active student organizations at the College of Law. Student members are responsible for the management, philosophy, and views of each student organization. Students are also actively involved in the publication of the College of Law’s various journals.
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy
UT Law students operate a chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS), which believes law should be a force to improve the lives of all people. ACS works for positive change by shaping debate on vitally important legal and constitutional issues through the development and promotion of high-impact ideas to opinion leaders and the media; by building networks of lawyers, law students, judges, and policymakers dedicated to those ideas; and by countering conservative legal opinion.
Dwight Aarons – Advisor