Student Organizations



The diversity of USC Law School's student population is reflected in the nearly thirty political, religious, social, cultural and ethnic organizations. Our students play an active and valued role in the day-to-day operation of the law school. Students are given a wide range of opportunities to create and implement ideas for activities and are encouraged to pursue their interests by forming new student organizations or planning social or academic events.

Questions about any of the Law School’s student organizations should be directed to the Office of Student Services.




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