Student At Large Chapter, J. Reuben Clark Law Society

In 2006, the International Board of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society authorized the creation of a Student At Large Chapter to enable the Law Society to reach out to LDS and other interested law students who otherwise would not have an opportunity to associate with an officially recognized student chapter. A student attending a law school where there are insufficient numbers to support a regular JRCLS student chapter has several options. He/she might affiliate with the local JRCLS attorney chapter or with a student chapter in the same or nearby city. Or, the student could opt to participate in the local attorney chapter AND affiliate with the Student At Large Chapter.

The Student at Large Chapter maintains a web site and an electronic discussion list to disseminate information and facilitate interaction among its members. If you are interested in affiliating with the Student At Large Chapter, please contact its president, James Ure, a third-year law student at South Texas College of Law, by clicking on the link to his name and sending him the following information: your name, telephone number, email address, school, year in school and a statement that you support the mission of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. After your contact information and interest has been verified, you will be subscribed to the JRCLSSC-AtLarge electronic discussion list. This list is used to disseminate information to chapter members from the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and the Student Chapters International Board. It is also intended as a forum where students can ask questions or discuss matters relevant to other student members of the Society. After you have been subscribed, you may post a message to the list by sending it to: Your message will be distributed to all members of the At Large Chapter.

This web page is intended to bring to your attention resources at the J. Reuben Clark Law Society web site that may be of particular interest to students. Please take note of the following resources on the Law Society's web page located at

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