The society is dedicated to providing a forum for students interested in practicing law in the areas of sports, entertainment, and art. Copyright law, intellectual property law, contract law, and communications law are of particular relevance. SEALS' activities include writing and editing articles for Portfolio (a newsletter published by the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts), competing in the annual Sports Law Moot Court Competition at Tulane University, arranging guest speakers to discuss topical issues, and providing students with information regarding job networking.

This student organization is currently inactive, but if you are a current Scalia Law student interested in this organization, please contact the SBA for more information.