Indiana Tech law students do more than just study. Students are active, public-minded and diverse, all qualities reflected by a wide variety of thriving student organizations at the Law School. Students may participate in extra-curricular activities that develop their leadership skills, promote community spirit, perform public service, create educational opportunities, and, sometimes just have fun.
For many of these events, law students orchestrate opportunities to meet and interact with local, state and nationally renowned individuals – experts in their field. These groups present debates, speakers, and panels and organize various fundraisers in line with their special interests. Most students find that membership in a student organization has helped them understand the law and its institutions, provided a useful resource in the search for rewarding professional employment, and allowed them to collaborate rather than compete with their fellow students.
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is our student government organization. It functions as the umbrella organization for all student groups within the Law School and is the liaison between the groups and the Law School administration, approves the budgets, and facilitates additional funding for special events.
Current law students interested in creating a student organization should contact the director of law student services.
Indiana Tech Law School neither monitors nor controls the information contained on student organization web pages or on other websites to which they are linked.