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The ADRA allows attorneys and their clients to settle disputes without resorting to litigation.
The American Constitution Society aims to harness values of compassion and respect for each individual and to re-incorporate them into American law and politics.
The Asian and Hispanic Law Students Association is dedicated to sharing Asian and Hispanic cultures with the UDSL community.
The Black Law Students Association helps retain current black law students and recruit new black law students to the University of Dayton School of Law and articulates and promotes the professional goals and needs of the black law students.
The Business Law Society immerses its members in the numerous and varied aspects of Business Law.
The Christian Legal Society aims to inspire, encourage and equip Christian lawyers and law students to proclaim, love and serve Jesus Christ through the study and practice of law.
The Criminal Law Association helps students learn about opportunities in the field of criminal law. More »
The Federal Bar Association Law Student Division's core goals include advocacy, networking, leadership, and learning.
The Federalist Society seeks to broaden the debate and provide an alternative view to that which is often encountered in law schools.
The Golf Club provides students with an opportunity to maintain a healthy lifestyle while building camaraderie between fellow students.
The Honor Council is responsible for investigating reports of academic dishonesty and promoting a culture of honor, professionalism, accountability and integrity at UDSL.
The Human Rights Awareness and Advocacy Group's purpose is to raise awareness about human rights issues both globally and locally.
Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) helps further students' understanding of intellectual property and keep abreast of the latest changes within this practice area.
The International Law Association provides students an opportunity to learn more about the practical aspects of practicing international law.
The purpose of the Lambda Legal Student Association is to create an alliance between heterosexual individuals and the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.
The University of Dayton Law Review is a scholarly journal published three times annually by second- and third-year law students at the University of Dayton School of Law.
The Law School Dems are dedicated to sharing the ideals of the Democratic Party with the University of Dayton School of Law community.
The National Mock Trial Competition is co-sponsored by the Young Texas Trial Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers. The competition is divided into 14 regional competitions, which are held in February. The top two teams from each region advance to the final rounds in Houston, Texas.
To participate in the Moot Court team, second-year students must complete the Appellate Advocacy class and compete in the Walter H. Rice Competition. The board is comprised of former team members in their third year.
Phi Alpha Delta is the UDSL student fraternity and is the largest student organization at the University of Dayton School of Law.
The Probate and Estate Planning Society is focused on providing students interested in the areas of probate and estate planning law with access to the expertise and insights of practitioners in the field.
The Republican Law Society promotes the principles of conservatism among the students.
The St. Thomas More Society promotes community service and fellowship among UDSL students.
The Sports and Entertainment Law Society focuses on exploration and discussion of career opportunities and relevant issues in the fields of sport and entertainment.
The Student Bar Association is the student government at UDSL and helps facilitate the expression and representation of the student body.
The Volunteer Student Law Project is dedicated to provide legal and nonlegal volunteer opportunities to law students.
The Women’s Caucus promotes leadership, volunteerism and developing the potential of law students through improving both the Dayton and law school communities.