Women Law Students' Association (WLSA)
The Women Law Students' Association (WLSA), has been a part of the Saint Louis University School of Law community for more than a decade. This organization, comprised of more than 100 members, is dedicated to providing a forum for addressing issues that are of concern to women in the legal profession.
The Women Law Students' Association strives to create a communication network between WLSA members at the School of Law through social and educational events, to bridge the gap between the educational and professional worlds through networking events with local female attorneys and to perform charitable works that especially benefit women and children, as well as the law school community.
Membership is open to all Saint Louis University School of Law students, faculty and staff.
WLSA has general meetings monthly for both day and evening students. Members are asked to attend one of these meetings each month.
Yearly dues of $20 are used to fund the cost of monthly lunch meetings and special events including the Biennial Judicial Reception, Fall and Spring Networking Events, and the Bar Buddies Mentoring Program. Members are encouraged to help plan and attend these important networking events, and to make contacts with attorneys and judges in the St. Louis area.
Monthly Speakers from the Bi-State Legal Community
Bar Buddies Mentoring Program
Fall Networking Event
Spring Networking Event
Angel Tree Charity Drive
April Showers Charity Drive
Pre-Exam Bagel Breakfast
Biennial Judicial Reception
Need More Information?
Any questions regarding or for WLSA should be directed to WLSA@slu.edu. You may also contact any of the officers found below or on the TWEN page via Westlaw.