Regardless of a student’s interest or background, it is easy to find at least one extracurricular experience that fits a particular learning style. With more than 40 student organizations, there’s a lot to get involved in at Lewis & Clark Law School!
Through the various student groups on campus, one has the chance to become a leader and develop greater knowledge of particular areas of interest. Our student groups organize speakers, debates, networking and social events, assist with academic fora, conduct outreach, and volunteer in the community. These are some of the groups that students interested in business law may want to consider:
- Business Law Society
- Labor and Employment Law Society
- Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Society (EASL)
- Food and Agriculture Law Society
- Intellectual Property Law Organization (IPSO)
- International Law Society
- Probate and Estate Planning Society
- Student Advocates for Business and Environmental Responsibility (SABER)
- Health Law Society
- Tax Law Society
- Bankruptcy Law Society
In addition to student organizations, students may consider participating in law review in order to hone research and writing skills. Each year, one edition of the Lewis & Clark Law Review is devoted to an area related to business law. Past issues have addressed laws regarding entrepreneurship, business transactions, intellectual property, noncompete clauses, sports, bankruptcy, employment, investments, and more.