Law Student Chapter Center (C.L.A.S.S. Network)

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Consumer Law Advocates, Students, and Scholars (C.L.A.S.S.is a joint project of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, the UC Berkeley Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice and Berkeley Law's student-run Consumer Advocacy & Protection Society (CAPS) to establish and expand a nationwide network of law school student organizations dedicated to the promotion of consumer law. 

C.L.A.S.S. is invested in developing the next generation of consumer advocates. Law schools across the country are engaged in educating their communities and fighting for the rights of working families. Join us.

Getting Started with C.L.A.S.S.:

Send a request to join the student chapter discussion list. Joining the list will connect you with other law students, professors, and consumer attorneys involed with C.L.A.S.S. Or, you can contact us through one of the forms below.

Review our short guide for forming a chapter and our sample chapter constitution.

The constitutions for all current network members are available here.

Current CLASS Network participants at law schools: 

CAPS (Berkeley) Chapter; St. John's University School of Law; Duke Consumer Rights & Economic Justice; West Virginia University Consumer Law Group; University of Southern California Consumer Advocacy and Protection Society; University of Utah Consumer Advocacy and Protection Society; University of Florida Consumer Rights Club; University of Michigan Consumer Advocacy and Financial Regulation Organization; Notre Dame Law School

If you have any questions, please contact us anytime:
NACA at community@consumeradvocates.org and CAPS at caps.berkeleylaw @gmail.com.  

 

Are you a law student? If you're interested in starting a NACA chapter at your law school, here is a simple registration form to get started. 

Are you a consumer attorney? Your law school connections can help. Let us know who you know.

Are you a law professor? Your students may be potential NACA chapter leaders. Help us connect with them.