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Pace Law School strongly encourages student participation in student-run and -developed organizations, which provide opportunities to share experiences with other students of various backgrounds, develop leadership skills, and strongly enhance the academic and social aspects of your law school education. Many organizations also offer important networking opportunities with members of the bar and the bench, as well as with faculty and alumni.
Overseeing the activities and development of all student organizations at Pace is the Student Bar Association (SBA), a student-run organization to which all members of the Pace Law School student body belong. Designed to improve all aspects of student life, the SBA coordinates the Law School’s social, curricular, and athletic activities and represents student concerns to the faculty and administration. SBA delegates serve on faculty committees, work as liaisons to the Pace Alumni Association Board and Board of Visitors, and are members of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association.
You are encouraged to participate in any of Pace’s student organizations, a comprehensive list of which you will find below. Both the SBA and dean’s office also welcome the formation of new student groups. To be eligible for formal recognition, the organization must request approval, in writing, from both the SBA and the Office of Student Services. For further information, please consult the student organization handbook.
Student organizations at Pace
Click here to view student organization web pages.
- American Bar Association/Law School Division (ABA/LSD)
- American Constitution Society (ACS)
- Asian American Law Students Association (AALSA)
- Barrister's Guild (BG)
- Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
- Environmental Law Society (ELS)
- Federalist Society (FS)
- Gaelic Law Society (GLS)
- Health Law Society (HLS)
- Intellectual Property Student Organization (IPSO)
- International Law Society (ILS)
- Italian-American Law Students Association (ITALO)
- Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA)
- LAMBDA Law Students Organization
- Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA)
- Middle Eastern Law Students Society (MELSS)
- National Lawyers Guild (NLG)
- Pace Law School Democrats (PLSD)
- Pace Law School Republicans (PLSR)
- Phi Alpha Delta (PAD)
- Public Interest Law Scholarship Organization (PILSO)
- Society of Visual and Performing Arts (SOVAPA)
- Sports, Entertainment, and Arts Law Society (SEALS)
- Women’s Association of Law Students (WALS)
Note: Organization Web sites are not official publications of Pace Law School. The author(s) of the pages are asked to observe Pace University's general Internet presence guidelines, but they are solely responsible for the content.