Student Groups at WCL

For more information on how to join and contact these student groups, visit their student organization page on MyWCL.

AU Law Students for Reproductive Justice

Law Students for Reproductive Justice (AU LSRJ) is committed to educating, organizing, and supporting law students to ensure that a new generation of lawyers will be prepared to successfully defend and expand reproductive rights and justice issues. As a local chapter of the national LSRJ organization, AU LSRJ also takes part in national and regional conferences on reproductive rights law and justice in an effort to create new opportunities to learn from top legal scholars and litigators who bring a reproductive justice lens to all areas of the law. Students also help organize events around campus to engage the WCL community and increase awareness of reproductive justice issues.

Women’s Law Association

WLA is a student-run organization with the goal of providing a diverse feminist forum for WCL students. WLA is concerned with the legal, social, cultural, educational, and political issues facing women on both the domestic and international levels and within the law school community. Programs include activities such as panel discussions with professors, alumni, attorneys, government officials, and members of the NGO community, networking and volunteering opportunities, skills training, and mentoring programs for students. To learn more about the WLA, please contact

Lambda Law Society

Lambda, WCL's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and ally student group, was founded in 1984 as a political, educational, and social organization. Lambda is dedicated to building awareness about LGBTQ legal issues, eliminating stereotypes about LGBTQ individuals, and fostering a supportive LGBTQ and ally community throughout the law school. Lambda is affiliated with the Washington, D.C., attorney organization, GAYLAW, and the National LGBT Bar Association. Lambda programs include speakers involved in current legal issues, films, panel discussions, community activism, and social events. Membership in Lambda is open to all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. To learn more about Lambda, please email

Student Health Law & Justice Society

SHLJS is a student-run organization that seeks to promote professional, academic and extracurricular health law opportunities for WCL students. It also strives to encourage professional development for practitioners and to raise community public health awareness. SHLJS accomplishes these goals by organizing community service events, sponsoring panel discussions on current issues in health law and policy, and hosting career and internship networking events for students.