Student Organizations

As an Oregon Law student, you can be an active and involved member of your school and community. Students have established organizations that reflect diverse interests and concerns. These organizations contribute to the academic life of our school while contributing to the unique collegial atmosphere found only at Oregon Law. Student groups sponsor speakers and symposia on a variety of legal topics, coordinate events and activities that directly impact the community, and support student academic competitions and travels. The currently active student groups are listed below.


Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation

Oregon Law Review

Oregon Review of International Law

Student Organizations

Asian Pacific American Law Student Association

Black Law Students Association

Child and Family Law Association

Community Action Public Service

Federalist Society

Green Business Initiative Student Association

International Law Student Association

J. Reuben Clark Law Society

Land, Air, Water

Latino/a Law Student Association

Law and Entrepreneurship Student Association

Law of Intellectual Property

Law Students for Reproductive Justice

Legal Basketball Association

Moot Court Board

Multicultural Law Student Association

National Lawyers Guild

Native American Law Students Association

Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund


Phi Alpha Delta

Sports and Entertainment Law Forum

Student Animal Legal Defense Fund

Student Bar Association

Women's Law Forum