Many of our student organizations have a commitment to increased diversity awareness within the law school community. At Scalia Law we have a number of student organizations whose goal is to promote ethnic/cultural, gender, sexual orientation and/or religious diversity. Follow the links below to find out more about them.

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

An academic, political, community service, and social group dedicated to fostering a supportive atmosphere for Asian and Pacific-Asian law students, and promoting a greater understanding of Asian and Pacific-Asian issues

Black Law Students Association

Articulates and promotes the professional needs and goals of black law students; fosters and encourages professional competence; and instills in black attorneys and law students a greater awareness and commitment to the needs of the black community 

Christian Legal Society

Provides a forum for the discussion of problems relating to Christianity and the law; encourages legal ethics; and encourages lawyers to furnish legal services to the poor and needy, and to churches and other charitable organizations

Equality Alliance

An organization dedicated to raising awareness of social and legal issues of concern to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and those who support them; to increase inclusiveness and enrich the diversity of our student body; and to promote the professional development and academic interests of the Scalia Law community

J. Reuben Clark Law Society

Emphasizes public service, loyalty to the rule of the law and to the Constitution of the United States, and appreciation for the religious dimension in both American society and in a lawyer's personal life

Jewish Law Students Association

Promotes a community within the law school, educates students about legal issues affecting the Jewish community, provides information to students about places of worship, and creates a community within which students can come together to celebrate holidays

Latino/a Law Student Association (LaLSA)

Provides academic and professional support for its members at GMU and will also foster an appreciation for Latino/a culture. LaLSA also facilitates networking opportunities for its members through involvement with outside Latino/a organizations and other organizations representing minorities in the D.C. area

Muslim Law Students Association

Dedicated to exploring Islamic legal issues and bringing a greater understanding of Islam and the legal profession to all members of the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University community

Thomas More Society

An organization of the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University students, faculty, and staff that strives to foster the spiritual lives of Catholics at Scalia Law

Women's Law Association

Recognizes the common needs, interests, and problems of women law students and members of the legal profession, sponsoring career panels and lectures focusing on women's issues, open to all students