Student organizations allow students to work with peers and build connections in the community. There are a range of student groups available to law students at UB. Several are highlighted below, but the entire list can be viewed on the student organizations page.
The National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) serves as an academic, social and political resource for Asian Pacific American students in the Law School. The UB chapter offers an APA perspective on the law school experience and the legal profession. APALSA encourages participation, leadership, and public service among APA law students at the University of Baltimore.
The Black Law Students Association is national organization created and designed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of black law students. The UB chapter has developed a Law Student Assistance Program in which upper-class law students are assigned to incoming first-year students in order to help them adapt to the law school environment.
The National Jewish Law School Association educates both Jewish and non-Jewish students and faculty about the Jewish faith and discuss and raise awareness of legal and professional issues facing Jews today. University of Baltimore's JLSA is a cultural, social, educational, and religious organization that reflects the varied interests of the Jewish student community at University of Baltimore School of Law.
The South Asian Law Students Association provides an exciting cultural, social, moral, and academic climate for all UB students. SALSA focuses on establishing and educating members and others about South Asian history, culture, and legal issues on the global front.
The UB chapter of SSWLC exists to provide a forum for education, advocacy, and scholarship aimed at advancing the interests of women through the legal system and legislature. The organization is dedicated to informing the university and surrounding community about issues that involve women and their rights.
The University of Baltimore student chapter of the Women's Bar Association of Maryland organizes and hosts a series of educational and informational programs addressing legal issues which have an impact on women in the profession and the community at large.
The Center for Educational Access provides reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and assures access to all campus facilities and programs.
The Diversity and Culture Center provides a wide range of services, educational programs, and cultural activities to support the creation of a multicultural community at the University of Baltimore.