Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Student Organizations

Loyola's student organizations offer a broad range of opportunities for professional growth from general participation in the profession of law to involvement in specialized areas of professional interest to membership in religious and ethnic-based associations.

Participation in law student organizations offers students the opportunity to develop special interests, leadership abilities, and other important skills. The Student Bar Association, a charter member of the Law School Division of the American Bar Association, sponsors major social events for the law school. Each of the School of Law's more than 30 organizations provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and the information related to a specific area of legal or social interest. Many are affiliated with national networks of similar student or professional groups.

For a complete list of all student organizations, please see the listing of Active Student Organizations.