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Alternative Dispute Resolution Organization (ADRO)

ADRO promotes information about alternative dispute resolution (ADR) through discussion, speakers, conferences, and more. ADRO also provides networking opportunities in the ADR field to law students and members of the legal community.

Ambassadors at Vanderbilt Law School

A Law School Organization dedicated to the recruitment of future students, the interaction with current students and facilitation of a long lasting relationship with VLS Alumni.

American Constitution Society (ACS)

ACS is a nationwide progressive legal organization that promotes the U.S. Constitution's values of individual rights and liberties, genuine equality, access to justice, democracy and the rule of law.

Animal Law Society

Vanderbilt chapter of Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF), which is the student group affiliated with the Animal Legal Defense Fund, sharing its mission of protecting the lives and advancing the interests of animals through the legal system.

Art Law Association at Vanderbilt Law School (VALA)

Vanderbilt Law School group hosting events about the interaction between art, cultural property and the law, particularly visual art, artifacts, and fashion law.

Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA)

APALSA aims to provide cultural, social, and academic support to students of Asian heritage and friends of the Asian legal community at Vanderbilt.

Black Law Students Association (BLSA)

The purpose of BLSA is to utilize the collective resources of the members to articulate, promote, and develop the professional, academic, and social needs and goals of Black law students and foster professional competence.

Catholic Law Students Associaton (CLSA)

The Catholic Law Students Association (CLSA) exists to provide a community for Catholic law students, and provide a forum for all law school students and faculty to engage the Catholic tradition and particularly its contributions to legal thought.

Cork & Tap Society at Vanderbilt University Law School (Cork & Tap)

The purpose of the Cork and Tap Society is to provide interested students an organization in which to explore the various legal issues relating to the alcoholic beverage industry, in both domestic and international settings.

Criminal Law Association at Vanderbilt Law School (CLA)

The Criminal Law Association (CLA) seeks to promote both the study and the practice of criminal law. CLA sponsors lectures, forums, and debates on issues of current concern. Speakers include faculty members at the Law School, local and national attorney

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