Student Organizations and Activities
The Columbia Law experience extends far beyond the School's renowned academic programs.
Through our 85+ student organizations, annual events, and more, you'll come together with your fellow students for study and sports, for parties and pro bono work, and for exploration of New York City as you make connections and friendships that will enrich and define your years here.
Student organizations include clubs dedicated to:
- Ethnic, geographic, and geographic identity groups, like Black Law Students Association, OutLaws, and California Society
- The support of students, including the Couples and Family Association, Columbia Law Students for Disability Rights, and Transfer and Visiting Student Organization
- Political activism groups, such as the Federalist Society and Young Democrats
- Students' academic and professional interests, e.g., Law & Entrepreneurship Society, Real Estate Law Society, and Public Interest Law Foundation, among many others
- Social and Athletic activities, like the Law Revue, Yoga Club, De Vinimus Wine Tasting Society, and the Murder Mystery Society
For a complete list of student organizations, visit the Student Services website.