President: [[e|tpjutz, Tyler Jutz]]
President: [[e|eccottone]], Ellie Cottone
Purpose: To serve as a recreational sport that is less rigorous than the varsity team. For fitness of body and mind, this club lacrosse team allows us to play lacrosse in a stress free, socially active environment while honorably representing the College of William & Mary in both competitions and in all of its activities.
Purpose: In a partnership with the Learning Center at Lafayette Village, a Community Housing Partner’s low-income housing development in Williamsburg with a large minority population, William & Mary students will provide individualized tutoring twice per week, serve as mentors who believe in the value of a good education, provide educational programing, and encourage safe, fun play. William & Mary students will also learn about educational issues, be inspired to continue teaching in high needs school environments, and gain valuable experience working with children.
Purpose: The Lambda Alliance is an organization dedicated to creating a supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning individuals and allies. We strive to be politically and socially active in our community through weekly meetings and popular annual events like Drag Ball, Gay? Fine By Me, National Coming Out Day, and many more. Email us at email@example.com with questions, suggestions, or just to talk.
Landrum/Chandler/Lodges Hall Council
Purpose: Hall or Apartments Councils are the resident-elected governing bodies that exist in each of the residential areas. Hall/Apartment Councils plan social and educational activities, recommend hall improvements, provide advice on policy issues, and support the policy of Self-Determination.
Latin American Student Union
Purpose: The LASU is a leadership student coalition. Our mission is to bring a new perspective on Latin America to both the William & Mary and Williamsburg communities.
Latino Law Student Association
Purpose: The purpose is to increase the enrollment and retention of Latino students at WM Law School. Advocating for the appointment of Latino professors and visiting professors to WM Law School faculty. Providing a network to connect current students with Latino alumni and practicing Latino attorneys. Cultivate a reputation of WM Law School with Latin American Universities, while cooperating with the International Programs office to establish and maintain study abroad in Latin America. Encourage awareness and appreciation for the diversity of Latin American cultures through events that showcase various cultural aspects.
Latter-Day Saints Student Association (LDSSA)
Purpose: We are an organization that helps student members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints balance their academic, social, cultural, and religious education. We also motivate LDS students to become an influence for good on the William & Mary campus, and encourage them to reach out to other LDS students so that all may be closely affiliated with the church while on campus
Purpose: The purpose of the organization shall be to provide members with opportunities to develop their talent and love of music and the Law School community with a unique entertainment experience.
Law Chapter ACLU
Purpose: To promote the protection of civil liberties and civil rights, raise awareness about civil liberties and promotes dialog at the law school and in the community about the freedoms granted or intended by the consitution of the United States.
Purpose: To support and elect Democratic candidates for public office; to widen and increase the interest and knowledge of young people in government and the political process; to train and develop law students for positions of leadership; to increase the role of underrepresented people in our Party, government, and society; and to service those in need in the community
Purpose: William and Mary Law Revue is the Law School theater group. We offer a chance for law students to take a break from studying while still perfecting presentation skills. We put on two large productions per year that are open to the entire community.
Law Students for Reproductive Justice
Purpose: The only student-led, student-centered national network of law students, professors, and lawyers committed to fostering the next wave of legal experts for the reproductive justice movement.
Lawyers Helping Lawyers
Purpose: Purpose: W&M LHL is committed to improving the health and happiness of the student boy at W&M Law. Our motto is “You are part of a community that cares.” We are dedicated to: 1) Creating a supportive, encouraging environment at W&M Law; 2) Ameliorating the stresses of Law school; 3) Ensuring that all students have access to mental health counseling; 4) Providing our members with training to optimize our ability to have a positive impact on our student body; 5) Hosting events that provide the student body with an outlet for stress relief.
LEAD Collegiate (Leadership, Education, Action, and Development) W. Taylor Reveley Chapter
Purpose: The purpose of L.E.A.D. Collegiate is to create a partnership between W&M students and WJCC School system. W&M students will receive training in leadership strategies and implementation. The goal is to extend program opportunities to all interested W&M student participants.
Purpose: To serve as a forum and resource for members who are interested in linguistics and related fields
Ludwell Hall Council
Purpose: Hall or Apartments Councils are the resident-elected governing bodies that exist in each of the residential areas. Hall/Apartment Councils plan social and educational activities, recommend hall improvements, provide advice on policy issues, and support the policy of Self-Determination. Hall Directors, Complex Directors, and Head Residents serve as the primary advisors to the Hall/Apartment Councils. Meetings are scheduled weekly.
Lutheran Student Association
Purpose: A fellowship of Christian students, graduate and undergraduate, affiliated with St. Stephen Lutheran Church. Regular activities, including dinner, are held on Sunday nights. Bible study, prayer group, social outreach, ecumenical events, and congregational activities are held throughout the week.