The African and Islamic Law Society is an academic interest group for students interested in the legal and social issues of Africa and/or the Islamic world.
The American Bar Association/Law Student Division Representative provides law students with information relevant to students’ professional endeavors.
American Constitution Society believes that the law should be a force to improve the lives of all people. ACS works for positive change by shaping debate, building networks, and making a difference. ACS makes a difference in debates shaping democracy!
The Animal Law Society provides a forum for education, advocacy, and scholarship aimed at protecting the lives and advancing the interests of animals through the legal system, and raising the profile of the field of animal law.
Our mission is to be the leaders in building and strengthening African American and minority relationships within the legal community. We accomplish our mission by standing out through community involvement, academic excellence and promoting diversity.
To inspire, encourage and equip Christian lawyers and law students to proclaim, love and serve Jesus Christ through the study and practice of law, provide legal assistance to the poor and needy, and defend our inalienable life and religious freedoms.
The purpose of this group is to give Republican students at Duquesne University a chance to collaborate and share information as well as have friendly debate on topics such as liberty, efficiency in popular government, and fiscal conservatism.
The purpose of the Corporate Law Society is to open a dialogue between professionals working in corporate law and students interested in the field.
The Criminal Law Association serves as a crossroads between Duquesne's unique resources in the practice of criminal law, including faculty and alumni working in government and private practice, and the students.
DIPLA is open to all law students interested in Intellectual Property Law.