While not required for law school, joining clubs and organizations is a great way to get involved in the NYU Community and enhance your skills outside of the classroom. We encourage you to explore different clubs that interest you, be them cultural or related to your major. Attending NYU Club Fest at the beginning of each semester is a great way to learn about the different organizations on campus. As you find an organization, think about ways you take on leadership roles within organizations, such as running for the executive board (e-board).
LAW-RELATED CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
NYU Undergraduate Law Society (ULS): This student club administers mock LSAT exams, hosts events, lectures, and programs for prelaw students, and arranges for campus visits by admissions officers, professors, and deans from various law schools. For more information about the Undergraduate Law Society or to join their mailing list, visit the ULS website.
NYU Undergraduate Law Review: Undergraduate Law Review at NYU provides a platform for the submission and discussion of law-related subjects for students at New York University. Every semester, we publish essays that examine and explore a sweeping variety of issues with both breadth and depth. As a journal that fosters scholarly research, analysis, and debate, our mission is to encourage legal and political awareness in the NYU student body and the undergraduate community at large.
NYU Phi Alpha Delta: Phi Alpha Delta is a prelaw fraternity open to all undergraduate students. The NYU Chapter, is a law fraternity advancing integrity, professional competence and intellectual advancement in the field. If you're interested in the legal field, law opportunities, and a community of pre-law students, this is the place for you
Stern Business & Law Association: The Stern Business and Law Association is created to help NYU students understand the intersection of these two large fields and to explore the changing legal field, whether you are an aspiring pre-law student business professional. Come learn about the different ways in which law directly impacts marketing, finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, and other areas of business. We create opportunities to learn from and exchange ideas with professionals, alumni and other experts in the field. Members also develop professionally through our Mentorship Program and other corporate-sponsored workshops. We Offer: - Networking Events - Professional Speakers - Admissions Experts - LSAT Prep Seminars - Court Visits/Corporate Visits - Mentorship - and More! Have Questions? Just shoot us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYU Mock Trial Team: Interested in law, politics, acting, or public speaking? Looking for a place to make some friends and forge new connections? Want to travel to places all around the country like Los Angeles, Washington DC, Nashville or Boston? Do you want to be part of a successful and prestigious competitive team consistently placing in the top 10 out of 700+ schools? NYU Mock Trial might just be the place for you! Interested in joining, you can reach out via email.
NYU BIPOC Legal Society: It's no secret that the legal field lacks representation and for that, we are proud to announce that the doors have finally been opened for the very first NYU Undergraduate legal society exclusively for BIPOC. Our mission is to create a space where scholars of color can learn, share, and engage in activities that demystify the pre-law process, create community, and promote student engagement in the legal field. If this sounds like it could be a home for you, email us at email@example.com to join our newsletter!