Suffolk University Law School is committed to fostering an academic and legal community that reflects the diversity of the society in which we live and work. Student groups within the Law School embody this mission by promoting awareness, education, and community-building through thoughtful and thought-provoking academic and extracurricular experiences. Diversity in student perspectives, in the lived and professional experiences of our students, and in personal and academic backgrounds, all serve to ensure the best possible legal education to all Suffolk Law students. Below are just a few of the student-led groups that reflect and help to promote diversity and inclusion in our community.
See the full list of student organizations at Suffolk Law.
Albanian American Law Students Association
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)
Black Law Students Association (BLSA)
Jewish Law Students Association
Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA)
Muslim Law Students Association (MLSA)
Native American Law Students' Association (NALSA)
The Queer Law Alliance
South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA)
Women of Color Law Student Association
Women's Law Association (WLA)