MC LAW WAS THE FIRST law school in the country with a student chapter of the Defense Research Institute (DRI), the national organization of defense trial lawyers and corporate counsel.
“It’s our firm belief that to whom much is given, much is required. It’s our mission to use our resources and our knowledge as law students to encourage and assist individuals in need. Service is who we are. Service is what we do.”Zandria King
Community Service Chairman
Black Law Student Association
Engaging for Success
MC Law students come from a variety of geographic locations and cultural backgrounds, resulting in a diverse student body with a wide array of talents, personalities, and interests. MC Law offers opportunities for students to engage in activities that enhance their legal educations, expand their social circles, and form connections that extend beyond the classroom.
Twenty-eight student-led organizations encourage students to explore areas of legal or personal interest. These diverse organizations coordinate rewarding community service projects and educational activities, as well as fun-filled social events.
Student government representatives provide leadership for the entire MC Law student body, as well as organizing events and activities that foster a sense of unity among students.
The Office of Student Services serves as a resource for all MC Law students through the course of their law school careers, providing advice and counseling on academic and personal matters and overseeing student organizations and activities.
The Office of Career Services helps students prepare, interview for, and land that all-important first job. MC Law offers unlimited opportunities to fully engage in student life and to enjoy meaningful experiences today that build toward success tomorrow.