Students are encouraged to take part in one or more of the Moritz College of Law’s many student organizations and committees. Through involvement, students develop both personally and professionally and become acquainted with students in other sections and in other classes at Moritz, as well as with students and faculty who have common interests and backgrounds. Student organizations range from those that emphasize public interest advocacy and professional development to those that serve the particular interests of the members.
*Student organizations are required to adopt a statement of nondiscrimination. For most student organizations that statement prohibits discrimination on the bases of age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Student organizations formed to foster or affirm the sincerely held religious beliefs of their members, such as those marked with an asterisk, have adopted nondiscrimination statements that are consistent with those beliefs.