William & Mary law students do more than just study the law.
They participate in a variety of activities outside of the classroom and, in doing so, share interests and passions, promote community spirit, serve the greater good as future citizen lawyers, or refine their writing, editing, or advocacy skills. Our student organizations also sponsor hundreds of events each year which offer opportunities to exchange ideas with faculty and other distinguished guest experts, learn more about emerging issues in the law, and make a difference for the better at the Law School and in the local community.
Student Bar Association
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the Law School's student government organization. Serving students both within and outside the law school, SBA liaises between students, student organizations, and the administration to provide transparency and communication. SBA also organizes and conducts major social events, including the Fall Formal and Barrister's Ball (Spring Semester). Learn more.