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Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Law Society
The Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Law Society (BCLS) is established for the express purpose of bringing together graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in blockchain or other emerging technologies. The BCLS shall also seek to help students write about issues of and attain internships related to, blockchain technology.
Business Law Society
The Business Law Society's goal is to provide law students with access to alumni who are working in the area of business law and with access to information concerning business law courses, programs and information regarding the study of business law and future careers in business law.
Communications Law Society
The Society provides a forum for members to network with communications attorneys in the Washington, DC area and for students to share their experiences from working in the field.
Information Security & Privacy Law
The Information Security & Privacy (ISP) Law student group is the first ever student group dedicated to data at the Washington College of Law. This group seeks to increase the level of discourse on campus and in our community on all things related to data security and information privacy.
International Trade and Investment Law Society
The International Trade and Investment Law Society (ITILS) is one of the most active student organizations on campus and gives students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the areas of international trade, investment, and arbitration.
Sports and Entertainment Law Society
The Sports & Entertainment Law Society (SELS) seeks to provide students who have an interest in sports or entertainment law with a mechanism to become involved in and acquire a greater knowledge of the issues in these fields.
Transactional Law Society
Transactional Law Society (TLS) is the competition arm of American University Washington College of Law’s Business Law Society (BLS). As the competitive face of BLS, TLS welcomes 2Ls and 3Ls to compete in domestic and international business negotiation competitions.
The Arbitration Brief is a student publication of the Washington College of Law produced with the assistance of the Center for International Commercial Arbitration. The Brief has recently evolved from the strong foundation that was laid by the International Commercial Arbitration Brief to include all avenues of arbitration.
Business Law Review
The American University Business Law Review (AUBLR) is committed to publishing high-quality and high-impact pieces that combine cutting-edge legal analysis with novel solutions to address the complex challenges that impact businesses today.
Health Law & Policy Brief
Founded in 2007, the Health Law & Policy Brief publishes articles on a wide array of cutting-edge topics in the area of health law. Such topics include health care compliance, fraud and abuse enforcement, health insurance payment, intellectual property issues, international human rights issues, FDA initiatives and policies, and a host of other matters.and a host of other matters.
Labor & Employment Law Forum
The Forum was founded in 2010 to provide a specific and neutral forum for students, scholars, practitioners, and organizations to explore the complex developments of the law governing the workplace.
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