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The purpose of the 12th Law Man is to preserve and promote the traditions of Texas A&M University School of Law through outreach and education. The 12th Law Man will seek to encourage the unity of...

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To bring awareness of Health Law to the student body.

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The mission and purpose of Aggie Minority Women in Law is to educate and prepare women on how to overcome the disadvantages that they are likely to face as minorities in the field of law.

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http://lawacs.tamu.edu • Recognized

The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy is a group of students concerned about the pervasive conservative orthodoxy in American law and politics. We believe deeply in the importance of...

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To recruit and retain Asian Pacific Islanders in this and other law schools; To promote and articulate the needs of law student; To foster and encourage an attitude of professional...

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This Honorable Organization shall be dedicated to educating the legal community, and the community at large, about cryptocurrency, blockchain technology, and policy implications, while serving the...

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Provide valuable learning experiences to law students through real world trainings and competitions that will empower students and provide them with the necessary tools to become an outstanding...

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The Business Law Society is dedicated to providing its members with opportunities to interact and network with lawyers and other professionals in the Fort Worth business community. The society...

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http://cls.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Texas A&M University School of Law Criminal Law Society will to strive to promote dialogue and activity regarding criminal justice practice, scholarship, and policymaking. We will work to provide...

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Texas A&M's Employment & Labor Law Student Association seeks to expose law students to current issues in Employment & Labor Law through panel discussions and networking opportunities. As a legal field...

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Family law is an exciting and personal field, which makes it full of unique opportunities. The Family Law Student Association seeks to bridge the gap between what we learn during law school and what...

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ALDA is an open and inclusive organization dedicated to providing a community for and supporting students with all types of disabilities at Texas A&M School of Law and to the advancement of equal...

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The purpose of the Immigration Law Initiative (ILI) is to promote and advance the immigration law field. To fulfill the mission statement it is essential to serve the local community and the public at...

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http://ipalaw.tamu.edu • Recognized

The mission and purpose of Intellectual Property Aggies (IPA) is to facilitate relationships between students interested in intellectual property law, the intellectual property law faculty and staff...

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http://hlsa.tamu.edu • Recognized

LLSA is every Latina/o law student's connection to the larger Latina/o legal community. We strive to be the leading center for student resources, dialogue and action. LLSA is committed to encouraging...

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The Texas A&M Public Interest Law Fellowship is a student-run organization devoted to raising awareness of legal work in the public interest sector. The fellowship program funds internships for...

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The Longhorn Law Student Association ("Longhorn LSA") seeks to serve the interests and needs of Texas A&M University School of Law ("TAMU Law") students who are also alumni of The University of Texas...

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OUTlaw seeks to: 1. Celebrate the diversity and culture of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community; 2. Increase awareness by educating the School of Law community...

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Our purpose is to promote the ethical, intellectual, social, and professional advancement of law students and the legal profession at large.

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To promote social and academic growth among law students interested in the fields of Sports & Entertainment Law.

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The purpose of the Saint Thomas More Society is to encourage law students, faculty, and members of the legal community to aspire to the highest ethical standards and to serve the community of Fort...

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http://sbalaw.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the SBA is to support and encourage academic excellence and professional growth among students; ensure the attainment and preservation of the rights of the individual student to acquire...

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The National Lawyers Guild is an association dedicated to the need for basic change in the structure of our political and economic system. We seek to unite the lawyers, law students, legal workers...

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TAMU Law Speakers' Bureau provides Texas A&M University School of Law students and faculty a forum for developing public speaking skills and developing a professional stage presence.

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The purpose of the organization shall be to promote tax law education and career-related opportunities available to Texas A&M University School of Law students. The Tax Law Society is dedicated to...

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The primary goal of TAMU-CRLI is to educate the campus community on civil liberties issues, including smart justice, immigrants' rights, LGBTQ equality, reproductive freedom, and voting rights. CRLI...

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The purpose of ENRG is to promote interest regarding legal and policy issues in the fields of environment, oil, gas, renewable energy sources, water, and other minerals and natural resources; to...

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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. It is founded on the principles that the...

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We want to be a social club of supportive, "older" members. We are mostly students who graduated undergrad more than a year ago and have some full-time work experience. Many of us are parents and/or...

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WLSA is an organization for women law students. The organization was created to establish an environment of support for the unique challenges that women face in law. WLSA aims to invite women lawyers...

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The Women of Color Collective Law Students Association is an organization dedicated to educating and empowering women of color and promoting and advancing their representation in the legal profession...

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Purpose: Serve as a support system for international students during their academic and professional career at Texas A&M School of Law. The mission of the TAMU Law International Student Association...

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http://blsa.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

Who is NBLSA? The National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) is a national organization created and designed to articulate and promote the professional needs and goals of Black law students...

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http://mvls.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

To support Veterans at Texas A&M School of Law and provide information and support to students in pursuit of interests related to the Armed Forces.

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Promote discussion of current issues in agriculture and the challenges that face the ever-expanding agricultural industry.

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The Texas A&M University School of Law Criminal Law Society will to strive to promote dialogue and activity regarding criminal justice practice, scholarship, and policymaking. We will work to provide...

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The Purpose of this organization shall be to perpetuate in every member of this Fraternity, the application of the highest standards of personal integrity, diligence, candor and trust, of individual...

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http://ils.tamu.edu • Not Recognized

The International Law Society's (ILS) mission is to educate students in the principles and purposes of international law, international organizations and institutions, and comparative legal systems.

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The purpose of Life, Law and the Pursuit of Happiness Club is to provide law students with ways to de-stress and have fun/socialize with other members.

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The purpose of P.L.A.Y. is to serve as a liaison between Texas A&M School of Law and the Tarrant, Dallas and Denton County Community. P.L.A.Y. aims to expose youth, specifically those in ethnic...

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