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Extracurricular Organizations: S – Z
All extracurricular organizations within the law school are the responsibility of the Law College Council, except for the John Marshall Bar Association. The Law College Council funds and coordinates the activities of the law school’s extracurricular organizations.
Sites marked with * will take you away from the http://www.law.ufl.edu domain to a Web site maintained by the student organization.
South Asian Law Society
The purpose of SALS is to facilitate cultural integration and awareness within members of the South Asian legal community and beyond. The United Nations Statistics Division defines South Asia to consist of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Afghanistan and Iran. SALS aims to provide a community to students supporting South Asian participation and achievement in the legal arena. SALS hopes to promote an understanding of South Asian legal, political and social issues. SALS further aims to encourage and foster law student involvement in the local community.
Trusts and Estates Law Society
ETELS works with law students interested in estate planning, probate administration, probate litigation and elder law.
VITA is a national organization overseen by the Internal Revenue Service. UF’s chapter helps lower-income taxpayers from the community complete their personal income tax forms. At the beginning of spring semester, VITA sets up a volunteer schedule to assist taxpayers through April 15. Volunteers gain practical experience in tax compliance while serving the community.