UCLA School of Law offers a variety of student organizations and programs. Although all of these groups require additional work from members, most students find that membership in a student organization has helped them understand the law and its institutions, provided a useful resource in the search for rewarding professional employment, and allowed them to collaborate rather than compete with their fellow students. These groups present debates, speakers, panels, and organize various fund-raisers in line with their special interests. In addition, many of these groups participate in community service activities.

The law school website may not include a complete listing; updates will be made periodically. Please view UCLA's current listing of officially registered student organizations.

Current law students interested in creating a student organization should contact Student Affairs.

UCLA School of Law neither monitors nor controls the information contained on student organization web pages or on other web sites to which they are linked.