The ACLU-KY Chapter of Brandeis School of Law is a civil libertarian organization that is committed to the discussion and the protection of civil liberties and rights found in the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Kentucky.
The American Constitution Society (ACS) believes that law should be a force to improve the lives of all people.
An organization designated to articulate and promote the educational, professional, political, and social needs and goals of Black and minority law students.
The Business Law Society is an organization open to any and all students interested in working in the general business law field.
The Christian Legal Society is a conglomeration of law students who look forward to practicing law in a way that is consistent with their faith.
Founded in 1982, the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians dedicated to reforming the current legal order.
We are an organization committed to the advancement and spreading of knowledge for international law -- both the private and public sectors.
The Labor and Employment Law Society is a student group that puts on at least one event per year relating to labor and employment law.
Lambda Law Caucus is a student organization with the purpose of furthering the interests of LGBT+ students and individuals through networking and activism.
The Moot Court Board at the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law organizes and oversees more than twenty moot court competitions each year.
The National Lawyers Guild is an association dedicated to the need for basic change in the structure of our political and economic system.
Parents Attending Law School (PALS) is an organization that provides support and information for law school students who are also parents.
The NSELS, Brandeis Chapter, is hereby created by law students to provide its members with both professional and social opportunities for networking in order to facilitate connecting students who want to pursue a legal career in sports and entertainment law with future colleagues and potential employers.
The Student Bar Association is the official organization of student governance at the University of Louisville School of Law, and as such, represents student concerns and interests to the academic and legal communities.
The Student Bar Foundation is the only student-led and student-run organization that provides fellowships for law students who pursue low-paying or unpaid law-related public interest work.
The Chapter’s purpose is to provide its members with practical knowledge about a career in trial law by working with local lawyers on joint projects, attending seminars, luncheons, etc.
The Veteran's Advocacy Organization was founded in 2014 by the late Jeremy Woodruff.
The Women's Law Caucus is a student organization devoted to the advancement of women in the legal industry.