Law School Chapters
Student Chapters at Boston area law schools have many ongoing projects and committees.
- Boston College
- Boston University
- Harvard University
- New England School of Law
- Northeastern University
- Roger Williams University
- Suffolk University
- Western New England University
Students participate in the following Mass Chapter programs:
Law students are needed to act as legal observers at demonstrations.
To set up a legal observers training at your school, please contact our office.
Law Student Mentorship Lunches
We connect law students and Guild lawyers for lunch (paid for by the lawyer), to give students a chance to meet one-on-one with an activist attorney working in a legal area of interest to the student. To join this program and request forms, please contact our office.
Street Law Clinic Project
Law students conduct workshops for community members on various legal topics, including landlord/tenant, workers’ rights, and stop and search.
Call 617-723-7335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Law students can join the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild at a special rate. We encourage you to join to network and begin working with progressive attorneys through Guild membership today. To join, click here.
To establish a chapter at your law school, please contact our office.
For current news about law students in action, please see the latest issue of Mass Dissent.