J. Reuben Clark Law Society
The purpose and mission of student chapters of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society is the same as that of the general chapters of the Law Society. As students learn the law and ethics of law in law school, the student chapter can help them recognize the strength that can be brought to the law by the students' personal religious convictions. Student chapters can, through public service and excellence, promote fairness and virtue both in the study of the law and in the law community around them. As these values are instilled from the beginning of the study of law, they will be more integrated into the attorneys' practices. The student can network from the beginning with attorneys and other law students who have the same ethical values and philosophies. Upon graduation, they can continue this association as a member of the local chapter of the Law Society where they practice law.To learn more about the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, please contact via email.
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