This is a place where learning by doing takes on a whole new meaning.
The UCLA Law student body runs nearly 50 organizations and 12 student-edited journals – and each one plays a unique role in helping students understand the law and its institutions in a larger context. These organizations contribute to the intellectual life of the law school by sponsoring many extracurricular learning activities. Student groups regularly host debates, speakers and panels; organize fundraisers; and manage meetings and budgets.
Many of these organizations also participate in a range of community activities throughout Los Angeles. These volunteer services allow students to have an impact while they learn, whether it’s Disability Law Society members working at a public service agency or students with El Centro Legal Clinics resolving wrongful evictions of residents on Skid Row.
By supporting an organization of your choice, you can advance student learning and train tomorrow’s leaders.