The Black Law Students Association helps retain current black law students and recruit new black law students to the University of Dayton School of Law and articulates and promotes the professional goals and needs of the black law students.
The Business Law Society immerses its members in the numerous and varied aspects of Business Law.
The purpose of the Lambda Legal Student Association is to create an alliance between heterosexual individuals and the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.
The University of Dayton Law Review is a scholarly journal published three times annually by second- and third-year law students at the University of Dayton School of Law.
To participate in the Moot Court team, second-year students must complete the Appellate Advocacy class and compete in the Walter H. Rice Competition. The board is comprised of former team members in their third year.
The Probate and Estate Planning Society is focused on providing students interested in the areas of probate and estate planning law with access to the expertise and insights of practitioners in the field.
The Republican Law Society promotes the principles of conservatism among the students.
The Volunteer Student Law Project is dedicated to provide legal and nonlegal volunteer opportunities to law students.