Focuses on informing and training interested law students about procedures for settling disputes by means other than formal litigation.
A progressive student organization promoting, honoring, respecting, and supporting the U.S. Constitution.
Gives students a chance to interact with more experienced advocates at a monthly dinner meeting, focusing on litigation issues, followed by discussion and critique.
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.
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.
Educates students about topical issues in business law, helps students explore career opportunities in business law, and promotes the school and its students in the business and legal communities.
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
Published bi-annually by a Board of Editors comprised of select students, providing informative and thought-provoking commentary on issues pertaining to civil rights.
The Communications Law Association instructs students on topical issues in communications law, including the Internet, Telecommunications and Media.
Dedicated to raising environmental awareness at the law school and providing a diverse range of opportunities for students interested in environmental issues.
To raise 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 law school community.
Dedicated to the founding principles of our polity: that governments exist to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to the Constitution, and that it is the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be.
A student-edited law review, providing students the opportunity to review, select, and edit submitted manuscripts.
Dedicated to providing a forum for education, advocacy, and scholarship aimed at protecting animals through the legal system and raising the profile of the field of animal law.
A student-run adjudicatory body to handle all complaints of violations of the Honor Code.
Advocates for the freedom to choose whether, when, and how to parent childrenâ€”free from discrimination, coercion, or violence.
The purpose of the organization is to give students who are interested in the field of Immigration Law an opportunity to take part in activities and network with practitioners.
Promotes the study of intellectual property law at the School of Law through conferences, seminars, and speakers programs.
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.
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.
A student edited and peer reviewed online legal periodical, publishing articles and commentary concerning the field of international commercial law.
Publishes and distributes four annual, innovative, thought-provoking journals on law, economics and policy.
Provides academic and professional support for its members at the law school and will also foster an appreciation for Latino/a culture.
Facilitates discussion of the Democratic Party platform and ideals at the law school.
Promotes physical fitness, friendly competition, camaraderie among the student body, and participation in local community service, recreational sports leagues, and other sporting opportunities.
The Military Law Society (MLS) is dedicated to promoting knowledge and awareness of military law issues affecting students, law professionals, and members of America's armed forces. The Military Law Society promotes scholarly discussion of military law and related topics and builds social ties between interested students, the law school, and the local community to promote professional development. Membership in the military is not necessary. The Society is open to all students who wish to study the interface between the military, government, and the wider legal system.
Provides members with an opportunity to develop skills in appellate advocacy; holds 2 annual intramural moot court competitions and an extramural competition.
Dedicated to exploring Islamic legal issues and bringing a greater understanding of Islam and the legal profession to all members of Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University community.
The National Security Law Journal publishes articles displaying a cutting edge national security law focus, quality writing, clarity of expression and substantive merit.
Promotes professional competence, provides services to students and the community, and strives to achieve excellence within the legal profession.
Promotes a high standard of professional ethics and culture in this and other law schools and in the profession at large.
The organization's mission is to promote physically fit, well-rounded law students by coordinating and leading recreational runs for Scalia Law community members.
The purpose of SLS is to encourage and support students who are interested in “space law” which is the body of national and international laws and customs that govern human activities in outer space. Following the “Space Race” and the introduction of satellites in orbit, the field of space law was created, with its founding in the international “Outer Space Treaty.”
George Mason's student government organization, devoted to supporting and encouraging academic excellence and professional growth among members of the law student community.
The Docket is the student-run newspaper at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University. The Docket publishes articles, features, and opinions on the law school, law-related topics, and other interests.
An organization of Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University students, faculty, and staff that strives to foster the spiritual lives of Catholics at Scalia Law.
Provides students with opportunities to develop their trial practice skills and gain litigation experience, through simulated curricular and extra-curricular courtroom exercises.
Dedicated to promoting public service among the students and faculty of George Mason University.
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.
The Young Americans for Liberty are dedicated to promoting limited government, individual liberty, and peace.