Student Activities

Student activities are integral to the intellectual and social environment at Washington University School of Law which provide opportunities for public service, learning and involvement in the law school and the larger community.

Students may select from a wide range of activities to complement their academic pursuits. The Moot Court, Mock Trial, Mediation, and Negotiation competitions promote the development of valuable legal practice skills. In addition, Washington University School of Law has more than twenty student-run organizations in which students may participate, including the Women's Law Caucus, the Student Bar Association, the Black Law Students Association, and the Federalist Society.

Lawyering Skills Competitions

The School offers rich program of lawyering skills competitions to the curricula. Both first-year and upper-class students are encouraged to refine their lawyering techniques through our various lawyer advocacy competitions.  [more]

Student Bar Association 

The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the representative organization of the Law School student body. [more]

Student Organizations

Washington University School of Law has a vibrant student culture that includes a diverse group of organizations. [more]

Public Service Project 

Washington University has a longstanding commitment to public service and recognizes its important role in preparing students to be competent, ethical lawyers working toward a more just society. [more]


The School publishes four student-edited journals. [more]