Student Groups


Black Law Students Association

The BLSA is intended to create a space in which the professional needs and goals of Black law students are articulated and advocated for, both within the Trinity Law School context and outside of it.

Business & Tax Law Society

The mission of the BTL is to promote and facilitate an organization that aids students in the pursuit of discovering and understanding different fields of business law (e.g., Tax, Corporate, Employment / Labor, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Finance, etc.), and to find avenues and connections to allow students the opportunity to work / intern for such fields.

Christian Legal Society

TLS maintains a student chapter of the Christian Legal Society, a national association of Christian lawyers, judges, law professors and law students committed to living their faith in their legal career. Students may also participate in the events and conference of the local and national Attorney chapters.

Criminal Law Association

The Criminal Law Association was established to promote unity and provide a strong networking channel among students with interests in criminal law. The CLA is dedicated to promoting the study and practice of criminal law in its totality. It aims to increase students’ awareness of the social, political, and psychological issues pertinent to America’s criminal justice system.

Delta Theta Phi

This is an international law fraternity whose mission is as follows: “To foster lifelong friendships and professional affiliations through legal education, international networking, and mutual respect.”

Entertainment and Sports Law Society

This Society’s mission is to provide a forum where TLS students can engage in an open dialogue concerning the legal principles and transactional aspects of entertainment and sports law.

Federalist Society

TLS also has an active chapter of the Federalist Society, a national organization of both conservatives and liberals dedicated to reforming the current legal system.

International Law Society

The mission of the International Law Society is to educate students in the principles and purposes of international law, international organizations and institutions, and comparative legal systems through activities that include academic conferences, workshops, and other academic resources, the global coordination of student chapter organizations, and encouraging communication among students from different parts of the world in an effort to promote international understanding and cooperation in general and the advancement of legal education in particular.

Moot Court

Students may compete for a position on the TLS Moot Court team. Moot court competitions develop students’ research and brief-writing skills, as well as their oral advocacy. Students find it an outstanding opportunity to measure their skills against those of law students statewide.

Trinity Trial Advocacy Club

The purpose of the TTAC is to develop and refine oral advocacy skills in preparation for interscholastic competitions and external Trial Advocacy competitions sponsored by the American Association of Justice. This team regularly competes in Trial Advocacy competitions.

Trinity Law Review

The Trinity Law Review (originally the Simon Greenleaf Law Review) was founded in 1980 as a source of scholarship regarding law and the Christian faith, as well as a broad range of other legal issues. Select students may participate in the production of the Trinity Law Review. Students invited to join the editorial board participate in all aspects of publishing the Law Review, and all TLS students are encouraged to write student notes on various topics for inclusion in the Review.

Student Bar Association

All students are automatically members of the Student Bar Association. The SBA sponsors student organizations, educational seminars, and social functions, including the annual Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas banquet, graduation celebration, and other events.