Founded at Brigham Young University in 1988, the J. Reuben Clark Law Society
is an international law society composed of attorneys who seek
to affirm the strength brought to law by a lawyer's personal
religious convictions. Members strive through public service
and professional excellence to promote fairness and virtue
founded upon the rule of law.
Here at The George Washington
University Law School, our chapter holds weekly discussions on
the law, organizes social activities, provides community
service, hosts guest speakers, and promotes career development
through career panels and other networking activities.
- Attend our weekly meetings.
- Updates: email
with "subscribe jrcls" in the body.
For more information about the GW National Religious Freedom Moot Court, sponsored by our society, please visit this website: http://www.religionmootcourt.org/