ILSA serves as an umbrella organization for its member chapters (mostly known as International Law Societies) at individual law schools. Chapters exist as independent entities as well as members of the larger Association. ILSA's structure grants autonomy to its Chapters to meet their unique needs locally while making available to them an international network of pooled academic and organizational resources.

ILSA Chapters are located in schools around the world. ILSA Chapters have found that working under the scope of a larger organization has allowed them to enhance the quality of their local programming. Organizing an ILSA Chapter is easy. Because Chapter members determine the amount of activity and responsibility the group will assume, a few dedicated students can form a dynamic and successful ILSA Chapter.

Questions regarding ILSA Chapters may be directed to [email protected].


Existing ILSA Chapters must register with the ILSA Executive Office each year.

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