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While much of any law student's time is (and should be) occupied by attending classes and studying, Tulane law students quickly realize that the Law School is a place where things are always happening, both inside and outside the classroom.  The organizations listed below were started and are maintained by students, under the auspices of the Student Bar Association, our student body government.


American Constitution Society

The American Constitution Society of Tulane Law School is affiliated with the American Constitution Society--a national organization of law students, lawyers, and other members of the legal community committed to countering the narrow, conservative vision of American law today. ACS seeks to restore the fundamental principles of human dignity, individual rights and liberties, genuine equality, and access to justice to their rightful-and traditionally central-place in American law. The Tulane Law chapter of the ACS aims to strengthen the commitment of our community to this vision of law and the Constitution, and to revitalize legal and political debate at Tulane Law School through the sponsorship of liberal and progressive speakers, programs, and events. The American Constitution Society is a non-partisan organization. We welcome and encourage everyone's participation.

Web site: American Constitution Society

President: Chris Edmunds

E-mail: cedmunds@tulane.edu

Office: Student Organization Office

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