A majority of UK Rosenberg Law students are active in one or more student organizations all of which provide students with the opportunity for professional development, extra-curricular scholarship and competition, social activities, community service, and networking opportunities with members of the local bar.
Active student organizations at UK Rosenberg Law include the organizations listed below and in the menu at left. If you have questions about your student organization or are looking to get involved in an organization, please contact Assistant Dean David Wright. Current students can go here to find more answers to frequently asked questions regarding their student organization.
The expressed opinions, informational content and links displayed on student organization Web pages do not necessarily reflect a position or policy of the University of Kentucky or UK College of Law. No official endorsement by the University of Kentucky or UK College of Law of the viewpoints expressed on student organization Web pages should be inferred.
American Constitution Society on Law & Policy - The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS) promotes the vitality of the U.S. Constitution and the fundamental values it expresses: individual rights and liberties, genuine equality, access to justice, democracy and the rule of law.
Appalachian Law Caucus
Black Law Students Association - The goals of the UK Law Black Law Students Association are to promote and assist the needs and goals of UK law students, strengthen relationships to develop an effective network of professionals, and foster commitment and dedication to serve our community and society with the highest level of competence and care.
Business Law Society
Christian Legal Society - The Christian Legal Society (CLS) provides a community for students who are striving to unite their faith with their legal education and future careers in the law.
Election Law Society
Environmental Law Society
Equine Law Society
Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies - The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians interested in the current state of the legal order.
Health Law Society
Intellectual Property Law Society
International Law Society
Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agricultural, and Natural Resources Law (KJEANRL) - The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law (KJEANRL) is a multi-disciplinary journal of law, science, and policy published twice annually by the University of Kentucky College of Law. KJEANRL is edited entirely by students of the College of Law.
Kentucky Law Journal (KLJ) - The Kentucky Law Journal is the tenth oldest law review published by the nation's law schools. Publication has been continuous since 1881. Four issues are published annually by the University of Kentucky College of Law. The Journal is edited entirely by a student editorial board, with guidance from a faculty advisor.
Latino Law Student Association - The University of Kentucky Latino Law Society promotes and encourages a more diverse learning environment at the University of Kentucky College of Law. As a member of the National Latino Law Students Association, UK LLS also provides support for all students, especially those of Hispanic background.
Law Student Veterans Organization - The Law Student Veterans Organization is dedicated to supporting law student veterans and their families in transitioning to the study of law from military service.
Moot Court Board - The Moot Court Board helps run the first-year oral advocacy program, and also conducts an extensive upper-class program, which is elective for second-year students.
Muslim Law Student Association
OUTLaw - UK OUTLaw is a safe, welcoming place for law students of all gender identities and sexual orientations to come together to discuss LGBTQ issues in the law.
PALS (Parents Attending Law School)
Phi Alpha Delta - Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is a professional law fraternity advancing the integrity, compassion, and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession, and the community.
Sports & Entertainment Law Society - The Sports Law Society at the University of Kentucky College of Law is an organization committed to facilitating a forum for students to debate and discuss legal issues that arise in sports.
StreetLaw Program - StreetLaw students volunteer on a weekly basis at two different Lexington area high schools, teaching students about their legal rights in a variety of areas of the law.
Student Bar Association - The Student Bar Association is a group whose membership includes everyone in the student body! Like a student government for law school, this organization not only provides fun and social outlets for relaxation and networking, but also a forum to have your needs and concerns addressed as members of the UK Law Community.
Student Public Interest Law Foundation - SPILF is a student organization at the University of Kentucky College of Law dedicated to public interest work in areas of government, criminal, immigration, human rights, consumer protection, child advocacy and many more.
Tax Law Society - The Tax Law Society (TLS) is dedicated to students interested or potentially interested in the area of tax law. We bring such students together and inform them about practicing in tax-related areas.
Trial Advocacy Board - The Trial Advocacy Board, better known as TAB, is a student led organization dedicated to providing law students with the opportunity to learn the skills necessary, and gain the experience, for effective trial advocacy through competition.
Women's Law Caucus - The Women’s Law Caucus at the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law in Lexington, Kentucky, strives to address the variety of interests, concerns, and issues facing women in the legal profession today.