Diversity at Marquette Law: Student Life

Khatija Choudry, L'19 and Jillian Lukens, L'19 joined the Pro Bono Eviction Defense Project in their first year of law school. Read more about this project in the Summer 2017 Marquette Lawyer.

Get involved! Student organizations are a wonderful way to extend your legal education and network beyond the classroom. Join a group or two standing for who you are and what you believe, and join a group whose members and mission you support. There are about 40 active student organizations in any given year. All student organizations are supported by faculty advisors. Don’t see what you are looking for? There’s always room to be a trailblazer and start a student organization.

Diversity-based student organizations (currently active):

  • Asian Law Student Association
  • Association for Women in Law
  • Black Law Student Association
  • Hispanic Law Student Association
  • Immigration Law Association
  • Jewish Students Association
  • Muslim Law Students Association
  • Out & Allies Legal Society