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Ongoing Events

ACS Mentorship Program: Our mentorship program runs throughout the year. For more information about our mentorship program, please email

Upcoming Events

  • 9/3/14: Student Organizational Fair

Stop by the ACS table in the Atrium and meet current board members of ACS!

Wed. 9/3 11:30-1:30pm in the Atrium.

  • 9/5/14: Change It Up!: Lawyering for Social Change

ACS is joining the Justice Center and a number of other student organizations to host this second annual event for incoming students.

Fri. 9/5 11:45-4:30pm (check-in in the Jamail Pavilion from 11:45-noon).

  • 9/8/14: Progressive Lawyering & ACS: General Interest Meeting!

Take a coffee break and find out what ACS is all about! Hear from current ACS student members about the many benefits and opportunities of becoming a part of UT Law's ACS Student Chapter.

Mon. 9/8 3:30-4:30pm in TNH 3.142.

  • 9/11/14: ACS General Interest Meeting & Event

Missed the first general interest meeting? Join us for a lunch event to learn more about ACS.

Thurs. 9/11 11:45-1pm in TBD. For more info, see here.

Please visit us on Facebook for our updated list of events!

The UT Law Chapter of ACS started in 2001 to provide balance to the conservative vision that dominated the debate at the Law School. ACS is a national organization comprised of law students, lawyers, etc. who are working to ensure that the fundamental principles of human dignity, individual rights and liberties, genuine equality, and access to justice are in their rightful, central place in American law. That means we think about law in theory, but we also think about how law affects people, their daily lives, and their right to equality.

For more info on the national organization: