At University of Arizona Law, we promote diversity of thought, background, experience and culture—not only because it creates a better community, but because it builds better professionals. Wherever your legal education takes you, open-mindedness, critical thinking, interpersonal skills and a broad foundation of cultural understanding are highly useful and valued. We know that educating students for a global workplace means reflecting the societies they will serve, and we strive to maintain an environment where diversity—in its broadest sense—is celebrated.
Student organizations are a valuable part of our community. These groups host special events, invite guest speakers, raise awareness on important issues around diversity and inclusion, and organize social and networking gatherings.
- Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
- Black Law Students Association
- Disability Law Club
- Latino Law Student Association
- Middle East Law Students Association
- Native American Law Students Association
- Pride Law