There is a special quality that sets CUNY Law students, faculty and staff apart. It is a unique mix of passion, preparation, and purposefulness that translates to real change for the people and communities they serve. CUNY Law is a community where students are supported and challenged to continue to strive by their peers and their instructors. The relationships that form in our halls, classrooms and offices continue for years. This strong and remarkable community is what makes CUNY Law unlike any other law school in the nation.

Student Organizations

CUNY School of Law student organizations cover many areas of interests, but students are encouraged to form and register new organizations if a specific interest or mission is not reflected in any of the existing organizations.


Student Resources

Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice

The Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice marked its official opening on October 27, 2014, with a keynote speech by Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Other Social Justice Centers



Student News

CUNY Law Praises NYS Board of Regents Decision to Allow Licenses for Non-Citizens


CUNY Law Celebrates the Class of 2016


Serving up Food Justice at School

CUNY Law 1L Maria Brinkmann reflects on her inspiration to attend law school. >>

Looking Back: 30 years of CUNY Law's Clinical Program

CUNY Law's clinical program, Main Street Legal Services, has been advocating for underserved people  >>

Student Innovators Bring Justice Behind Bars

Three CUNY Law students, all 3Ls, are working to make a difference for inmates who believe they have >>

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Office 365 Student Webmail

Students, access your university e-mail account from any location.