The mission of the Undergraduate Law Association is to provide information and networking opportunities to students interested in exploring careers in law as we help each other on our jouney to law school. To this end, we invite a multitude of speakers, including attorneys, judges, law school professors, and admissions officers, all of whom are eager to share their experience and insights with undergraduate students.
As ASU comes roaring back from the lull of covid last year, it is also our intention to include other events that wil really bind us together as a community. Officers who’ve already taken their LSAT, inlcuding some who scored above 170, will be providing lessons on the various sections, members will have the opportunity to practice their public speaking skills in debates and presentations, small groups will be encouraged and led to branch off to conduct LSAT study groups or engage in community service activities with other clubs, and we’ll get together for legal movie and trivia nights.
Together, we hope to foster a pre-law community at ASU dedicated to justice, community service, and self-improvement. Feel free to join in and catch a meeting, whether you’re organizing your law school application, preparing for the LSAT, or even just considering law as a possible career option. No matter what year you’re in, where you are in the process, or what sort of law interests you, there’s a place for you in the Undergraduate Law Association, with students and speakers excited to teach and learn with you about the practice of law.