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Students at UDC-DCSL have diverse interests that are reflected in their varied student organizations.  Many students are involved in student government, local and national bar organizations, and activities that promote their professional growth. They are also active in organizations that serve the community and promote diversity in the legal profession.

UDC David A. Clarke School of Law

Student Organizations and Presidents/Contact People


Student Bar Association (SBA);  Robert "Bob" Newman, ’14;

American Constitution Society (ACS);  Dianne Wallace, ‘14 and Adam Arnold ‘14; and

Asian and Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA);  Julia Pham, ’15; or

Black Law Students Association (BLSA);  LaToia Williams-Dyson, ’14;

Black Men's Law Society (BMLS);  Jino P. Ray, 15; or

Christian Law Society (CLS);  Lakuita Bittle, ’15; or

Criminal Justice Society (CJS);  Sherman Taylor, ‘14 and Lea Pilson, ’14; and

Disability Rights and Advocacy Society;  Jessica Watkins ’14;

Environmental Law Society (ELS);  Chris Connolly, '15;

Evening Law Students Association (ELSA);  Steven A. Davis, ’15;

Federalist Society;  Anna Massoglia, ’15;

Innocence Project Student Association (IPSA);  Katye Blevins, ’14;

Latino Law Students Association (LLSA);  Marina L. Ramirez, ’14; (preferred) and

UDC Law Review;  Julia Gagne, ’15;

Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ);  Arielle Schwartz, ‘14 and Colleen Krisulevicz, ’14; and

Muslim Law Student Association (MLSA);  Umar Khan ,’14;

National Lawyers Guild (NLG);  Jenn Laskin, ’15;

Outlaw; Dalton Collins, ‘15 and Arielle Schwartz,’14; and

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD);  Kristin Moore, ’15; (preferred) and

Sports and Entertainment Student Lawyers' Association (SESLA);  Stanley Jackson, ’15; or

Student Animal Legal Defense Fund;  Amanda Kruse, ‘14 and Christina Freeman Modi, 15; and

Student Trial Lawyers Association;  Swati Kuthiala,’15 and Myrathala Castillo, ’15; and

UDC Veterans Legal Service Project;  Caleb James, ’15;

Women's Law Society (WLS);  Kathy Blake,’15; (preferred) and


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