Welcome to the Law & Justice Society portal! Law &Justice Society (also known as the Pre-Law Society) will be using OrgSync as a new way to keep you updated with what is going on in the organization and how you can participate in events. We'll have all the latest information on this page! If you have any questions, feel free to contact any of the officers. Contact information can be found on Law &Justice Society's profile tab.
The purposes of the Law and Justice Society are to promote an understanding of law in American society, to foster an interest in law and legal careers, to provide information about legal education and the law school admission process, and to educate its members in the areas of both criminal and civil litigation. The Law and Justice Society shall implement its purpose by sponsoring programs on campus, by participating in field trips, and by competing in regional and national American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) tournaments with other colleges and universities.
Membership is open to all undergraduate students. Many club members are criminal justice majors but any student interested in the American legal system or criminal justice system is welcome. Meetings are held on Thursdays at 02:00 pm. on a biweekly basis. All meetings are generally held in Azorsky Hall 118 in the Conference room. All are welcome. For information, contact our advisor, Professor Warnick at 724-938-5865 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Azorsky Hall 118
Ellen "Mari" boyle