Office of Diversity Affairs
The John Marshall Law School is proud to support more than 50 student organizations, many that foster cultural diversity as well as diverse areas of the law. Some are described below:
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Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)
affords members the opportunity to work together to provide services to the Asian community as well as to interact with the legal community.
Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
articulates and promotes the professional needs and goals of the African-American student body.
is an Irish cultural, historical, and social club.
Christian Legal Society
is directed toward students who wish to further their relationship with other Christians through community, fellowship, and accountability.
strives to provide networking opportunities to meet lawyers and judges within the Jewish community.
Gay and Lesbian Legal
Alliance explores the legal issues incident to sexual orientation, and prov.
Hellenic Law Student Association
is an organization that is both academic and community- oriented composed of law students of Greek descent.
provides law students of Italian descent the opportunity to network with their peers as well as with established professionals.
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Latino Law Students Association
(LLSA) strives to provide assistance and encouragement to first-year students who are of Hispanic ancestry.
Masaryk Law Society
was formed so that students of Bohemian background can have a forum to exchange ideas and socialize with fellow students.
Middle Eastern Law Student Association
provides Muslim law students with a forum to discuss issues that are relevant to them.
Native American and Indigenous Law Students Association
provides an educational forum for individuals interested in the cultural and legal concerns of the Native American and Indigenous populations.
Student Bar Association Diversity Affairs Committee
hosts events to expose students to a multicultural and diverse atmosphere and legal education, and addresses concerns of students who are represented by these organizations.
Women's Bar Association/Student Division
helps students discover how to deal with issues concerning women in law.
Women's Law Caucus
raises awareness about women's issues, promotes equality between the genders, and provides a forum for exchanging ideas.