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This organization provides legal support to attorneys who represent disabled veterans in federal appellate court.
Advocates for Life at Virginia Law (AFL) brings together law students eager to protect the fundamental right to life of innocent human beings, and fosters balanced and open discussion about the fundamental right to life in the legal community.
Through speakers, panels, and other events, the American Constitution Society seeks to restore to their rightful place in American law the fundamental principles of respect for human dignity, individual rights, equality, and access to justice.
The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association is a resource and voice for Virginia Law students of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. APALSA promotes the welfare of its members through educational, professional, cultural, and social programs.
Barristers United organizes recreational soccer games and represents UVA Law School in the Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle (SOCA).
The purpose of the Black Graduate and Professional Student Organization is to cultivate an environment conducive to the academic achievement of its members at the University of Virginia.
BLSA was created and designed to articulate and promote the professional needs and goals of Black law students, foster and encourage professional competence, and focus upon the relationship of the Black attorney to the American legal structure.
CARE is a UVA Law organization that partners with organizations across the United States to advocate for children, educate the community, and assist in direct representation of children as well as policy change.
The Domestic Violence Project strives to address the problem of domestic violence both directly (through pro bono service) and indirectly (through educational efforts to raise awareness and understanding of the issue), and is a law school organization.