Student Organizations

Student organizations are an integral part of the law school experience because they allow students to serve in leadership positions, gain practical written and oral advocacy skills, and network with working professionals. At Savannah Law School, students are able to take these experiences a step further by establishing the student organizations from the very beginning. From professional interest organizations to social organizations, all of our students have the opportunity to establish student groups on campus and sponsor activities that enrich the law school experience and inspire the legal community.

SLS student organizations currently include the following:

American Association for Justice

American Constitution Society

Black Law Students Association

Environmental Law Society

Federalist Society

Law Review

Law Students of the Lowcountry

Mock Trial

Moot Court Honor Board

National Women Law Students’ Organization

Maritime Law Society

O’Fitness Intermeddlers

OUTLaws & Allies

Phi Alpha Delta – Telfair Chapter

Savannah Law Democrats

Savannah Law Veterans Association

Student Ambassadors Program

Student Bar Association

The Tunnel: Law and Humanities Society