Interested in various ways to connect with your classmates? Below is a list of options we have available to get involved.
There’s a rich and varied life for students outside of the classroom. This is an environment of inclusion, and there are a bevy of opportunities to meet and benefit from other students, work alongside members of the legal community, and to mingle with the rest of the school.
The Barristers’ Ball is a tradition at nearly every law school in the United States, Canada, the UK, and Australia. Lincoln Law School is no exception. This semi-formal event provides a time to get dressed up, mingle with your fellow students, alumni, and faculty, and celebrate a year of scholastic achievement.
When you work full-time and attend law school, it isn’t always easy to network with more than your cohort. That’s why every fall the Student Bar Association organizes a picnic that brings together students, faculty, alumni, and their families for a day of fun, games, and, of course, a barbecue.
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Student organizations provide a valuable component to the learning experience at Lincoln Law School. Among the numerous groups, it is hoped that each student may find that right fit, the group(s) that will provide support and opportunities to become involved with fellow classmates and the community at large.
Asian Pacific American Law Student Association The National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
(NAPALSA) represents the interests of Asian Pacific American law students and provides advocacy, support, and career development opportunities for its members throughout the United States.
Black Law Students Association
The National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is a national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of black law students and effectuate change in the legal community. As the largest student run organization in the United States with nearly 6,000 members, NBLSA is also comprised of chapters or affiliates in six different countries.
Delta Theta Phi
Delta Theta Phi is a professional legal fraternal organization committed to providing a spirit of cooperation by offering an opportunity for lawyers and law students to promote their personal, professional, and intellectual growth through networking, leadership, training, scholarship, guidance, and a collective responsibility to the fraternity and the future of the legal profession. The goal of the Earl Warren Senate is to create a tighter sense of community between the law school, students, and the community.
Lambda is both a social and an educational organization on campus representing the national group, Lambda Legal. Its members are active participants with the Sacramento LGBT Center, Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce, and SacLEGAL groups. Whether one identifies as gay, straight, or a passionate ally (or anything in between)—Lambda Lincoln Law Chapter has something for every law student. The organization represents unity within our Lincoln Law community and strives to participate in as many student legal volunteer opportunities to further improve members’ legal and professional resumes.
Latina/o Student Association
The National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA) is a progressive, collective organization of law school chapters from all regions of the United States. The purpose of NLLSA is to advance Latina/o law students through support, advocacy, and professional development by articulating and promoting their needs. The NLLSA also develops a network among law students and attorneys in the Sacramento area, fosters the exchange of ideas of the legal and political status of Latina/o Americans, encourages leadership, and inspires the students to serve the interests and aspirations of Latina/o Americans.
Lincoln Law School Alumni Association
Every graduate automatically becomes a member of the Lincoln Law School Alumni Association. The Alumni Associationsponsors opportunities for professional development, networking, volunteering, and student mentoring. An Alumni Council is made up of alumni volunteers who help shape and influence the policies and direction of the Association. The Association promotes a wide variety of programs and events in support of the Law School, its alumni, and student body.
Student Bar Association
Lincoln Law School Student Bar Association represents the students’ social and benevolent interests. In addition, the Student nBar Association, several times a year, publishes the Voir Dire, a newspaper containing law review articles, alumni news, and other items of interest.
Women’s Justice Society
Women’s Justice Society (WJS) is a dynamic and diverse women’s organization supporting, advancing, and encouraging its members to make positive changes within the Sacramento community. WJS dedicates itself to promoting a society that places no limits on where a woman’s skills and talents take her. The goal is to provide opportunities that enhance the social, educational, and professional lives of its members as well as to create a powerful community of lawyers with a dramatic collective impact on the Sacramento community.