Start A Group

Start A Law Group

Let’s be honest, we’re law students and we already have no time to brief every case before class.  The key to success of a law student for life group is partnership with other organizations like the Federalist Society, Christian Legal Society, Christian Law Association, Thomas Moore Society, or any other groups on your campus whose viewpoints or missions intersect with your pro-life law group.

By hosting events with more than one organization you can grow the size and impact of your group. It is important that you advertise heavily for each event so students are aware of it; remember law students are busy.  We want them to plan in advance to attend. At your events, be prepared to talk to students about when you have general meetings, what your group does, the opportunities available to them through Law Students for Life of America and how they can get involved. Have a handout prepared to give to students at your events containing all of this information.

Start A Pro-Life Med Group

By hosting events with more than one organization you can grow the size and impact of your group. It is important that you advertise heavily for each event so students are aware of it; remember law students are busy.  We want them to plan in advance to attend. At your events, be prepared to talk to students about when you have general meetings, what your group does, the opportunities available to them through Med Students for Life of America and how they can get involved. Have a handout prepared to give to students at your events containing all of this information.

 

General Tips For Your Group

  • You and your group members can talk to or email your friends and other students about the group and what you do and plan on doing.
  • Keep contact names, emails, and phone numbers. Keep the members posted on upcoming events and meetings.
  • Talk to other campus organizations, such as Catholic, Christian, and conservative groups to host joint events or meetings.