• Student Organizations

    Student organizations offer something for everyone

    Our student organizations encompass a variety of interests, ranging from legal specialty areas and affinity groups to volunteer and community service activities. Currently, we have more than 30 active organizations, and you are welcome to create more.

    The Student Organization Handbook guides you on creating a new student organization and leading an existing organization.

    Planning an event? Dean Crouse’s office provides Event Planning support.

    Current student organizations

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution Student Chapter
    • American Bar Association Law School Division
    • American Constitution Society (ACS)
    • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA)
    • Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
    • Business Law Association
    • Children's Rights Association
    • Chinese Law and Culture Society (CLCS)
    • Criminal Law Student Association (CRLSA)
    • Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity (DTP)
    • Employment and Labor Law Student Association (ELLSA)
    • Environmental Law Society (ELS)
    • Federal bar association
    • Federalist Society
    • Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy (JPLP)
    • Hamline Law Review
    • Hamline Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
    • Hamline Law Students Mentoring Association (HLSMA)
    • Hamline Veterans Association
    • Hamline Women's Legal Caucus
    • International Law Students Association (ILSA)
    • Jewish Law Student Association
    • Latino Law Student Association (LLSA)
    • Law Students for Reproductive Justice
    • Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF)
    • National Lawyers Guild, Hamline Student Chapter
    • Native American Law Student Association
    • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
    • Racquetball Club
    • Res Ipsa Hockey Team
    • Stonewall Alliance (GLBT)
    • Student Bar Association (SBA)
    • Student Health Law Association
    • Student Intellectual Property Law Association (SIPLA)