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Student Organizations

The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the Law Center’s student government and the umbrella organization for all other student organizations. The SBA acts as a liaison between the student body and the administration and faculty, representing students' interests in the Law Center community. The group is governed by an executive board and representatives from each class in both the full-time and part-time divisions. The SBA fosters relationships among students, faculty and administration; represents the student body at faculty meetings and on committees; conducts academic and social programs; allocates funds to student organizations; and collaborates with student bar associations at other law schools. All students are members of the SBA.
In addition to the Student Bar Association (SBA), Touro Law Center students also may elect to become members of numerous organizations:
  • American Bar Association/Law Student Division (ABA / LSD)
  • Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
  • Catholic Law Society
  • Criminal Law Society (CLS)
  • Disability Law Society (merged with Health Law Projects)
  • Environmental Law Society
  • Fashion Law Society (inactive)
  • Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of New York, Touro Chapter
  • Federalist Society
  • Health Law Projects (HeLP)
  • Immigration Law Society
  • Intellectual Property Law Society
  • International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)
  • Italian Student Bar Association
  • Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA)
  • Lambda Law Students Association (LAMBDA)
  • Latino/a American Law Students Association (LALSA)
  • Muslim Legal Society (MLS)
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International (PAD)
  • Public Interest Law Organization of Touro (PILOT)
  • Public Speaking Club
  • Real Estate Law Society
  • Republican and Conservative Law Society
  • Students Helping Students (SHS)
  • Suffolk County Bar Association - Student Committee
  • Tort Law Society
  • Veterans Law Student Organization (VLSO)
  • Women's Bar Association (WBA)
In addition, Touro Law Upper Division students may be invited to join, or qualify for membership to, a number of honor societies:  

To contact a student group, please email Please click here if you would like to view and print a 2018-2019 Touro Law Student Organization description sheet.