Law Student Organizations | Post-Graduate Education | Study Aids
Study Abroad Programs | Other Law Student Links

See also these other pages: Bar Exam | First Year Students | Snow Emergency Plan

Law Student Organizations


American Bar Association Law Student Division

Christian Legal Society (CLS)

Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity International

Equal Justice Works

European Law Students' Association (ELSA)

Hispanic National Bar Association Student Division

International Law Students Association (ILSA)

National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPLSA)

National Muslim Law Students Association (NMLSA)

National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA)

National Lawyers' Guild (NLG)

National LGBT Bar Association

National Native American Law Students Association (NNALSA)

PALS: Practicing Attorneys for Law Students Program

A mentoring program for minority law students and beginning lawyers entering the legal profession.

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International

Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity

Additional legal associations that may have student divisions or allow student membership are listed on our Legal Associations page.


Post-Graduate Education


Post-JD Programs

Lists of schools providing advanced degrees in law, provided by the American Bar Association. Includes listings by school, by subject and programs for lawyers with foreign law degrees.


Study Aids for Law Students


Please note that most of these study aids links are to resources created by people at other law schools and organizations. Much of the information you find at these sites will be helpful, but you will also find that some of it is not applicable to our law school or its curriculum.

CALI Lessons

Practice questions on a wide variety of legal subjects. Many of the lessons can be run through the Web, but others must be downloaded in Windows or Macintosh format. Available to CUNY School of Law students and faculty by password only.

CUNY Treatises & Study Aids Handout for First Year Students <pdf>

Handout from the CUNY School of Law Legal Research I course. Lists resources our Library owns and groups them according to the first year courses our students are taking. Updated every year during the Fall semester.

Findlaw for Law Students

Hieros Gamos Law Student Center

Law School Course Outlines Archive

Provided by the Internet Legal Resource Group Web site. Also check out their Law Student Services Web Index, which includes links to other several other sites collecting course outlines.

The 'Lectric Law Library's "Study of Law Study" Page

Once you get past the goofy stuff at the top of this page there is a collection of interesting links, particularly in the legal education section.

Legal Learning for Current Law Students (FindLaw)


Study Abroad Programs for Law Students


Legal Study Abroad Headquarters (Internet Legal Research Group)

StudyAbroad.com - Opportunities in Legal Studies


Other Links of Interest to Law Students


"A Day in the Life of a Case"

A "Westcast" YouTube video produced by Thomson Reuters Legal (Westlaw). Once you get past the first minute of Powerpoint slides and annoying music, this video provides a nice synopsis of how a case is prepared for publication and what goes on behind the scenes.

Student Resources - Florida State U. School of Law

Information on getting through law school, as well as law school's effects on the personal lives of law students.

New York City Restaurant Inspection Information

There is a search tool on this page that allows you to search for summaries of inspection reports for specific restaurants in all 5 boroughs, including information on reports of health code violations. There's also an app available for iPhone and iPad. Provided by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Office of Unclaimed Funds at NY OSC

Find out if NY state is holding any unclaimed money for you or your family! Provided by the New York State Office of the State Comptroller.

Philip C. Jessup Library - HeinOnline

Includes the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Compendium from 1960 - present. Available only to current CUNY School of Law students and faculty.