The Cornell Law Students Association (CLSA) promotes community building, fosters school pride, coordinates the efforts of student groups by serving as an umbrella organization, and serves as a liaison with the administration and outside groups.

Among CLSA’s many responsibilities: distribution of funds, office space and bulletin board space; planning and execution of large scale events such as Fall Ball and Barrister’s Ball; and law school students representation on internal faculty committees and external committees like the Graduate Professional Student Assembly.

CLSA’s Executive Board conducts weekly meetings to coordinate events for the Law School, manage CLSA funds, and discuss law school related issues. These meetings are open to the public.