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.): 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), have partnered to establish and expand a nationwide network of law school student organizations dedicated to the promotion of consumer law. Here's how you can get involved:

Resources for Getting Started:

Let us know who you are.

Send a request to join our student chapter discussion list

Review our guide for setting up a chapter.

Sample Chapter Constitution

C.L.A.S.S. Network Student Chapter Constitutions:

         CAPS (Berkeley) Chapter Constitution 

         St. John's University School of Law Chapter Constitution

         Duke Consumer Rights & Economic Justic Project Charter

         West Virginia University Consumer Law Group Constitution

If you have any questions, please contact us anytime:
NACA at and CAPS at caps.berkeleylaw  


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