STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

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Villanova Law hosts over 40 student-run organizations, serving to enrich the community.

These organizations are an integral part to providing academic resources, professional networking and other beneficial opportunities and events to law school students. The Student Bar Association (SBA) Board provides funding, authorization and guidance for all student organizations.

All student organizations are open to all Villanova Law students.

 

Mission:

The Anti-Poverty Society’s mission is a commitment to learn about and serve the people subject to poverty within our community.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Keira Leventhal '23, President
Andrew Green '24, Vice President 
Kayla DiPaolo '24, Treasurer
Emma Klein '24, Secretary
Keara Donahue '24, Social Media Coordinator

Stephanie Sena, Faculty Advisor

Email Art Law Society

 

Mission: 

The Art Law Society aims to provide students interested in practicing in art law-related fields with networking opportunities. The organization also hopes to facilitate group activities and events throughout the school year to provide students with a creative outlet.

 

2022–23 Officers: 

Natalie Poirier '23, President
Briana Smalley '23, Vice President

Diane Edelman, Faculty Advisor

Email APALSA

 

Mission:

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association is dedicated to Asian Pacific American legal scholarship and cultural awareness at Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and the Greater Philadelphia area. The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association strives to bring cultural awareness to the student body at Villanova Law and to the broader legal community, representing a diverse group of people and advancing various interest of the Asian American community.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Hannah Jang '24, President
Katherine Tuey '24, Vice President
Mark Lammey '24, Treasurer
Victoria Tse '24, Secretary
Dillon Memon '24, Event Programming Chair
Mittal Patel '24, Alumni Chair
Sri Balijepalle '24, 2L Representative

Tuan Samahon, Faculty Advisor

Email BLSA

 

Mission: 

The Villanova Law Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is an official chapter of the National Black Law Students Association that seeks to foster the profession of law among individuals of Black ancestry as well as other individuals who have an interest in legal issues relevant to the Black community. BLSA strives to meaningfully influence the legal community though various professional, social and community activities and services.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Sydney Orr '24, President
Asha Steele '23, Vice President
Jack Christmas '24, Treasurer
Khaliyah Pugh '24, Secretary
Kyra Moulton '24, Social Media Chair
Katherine Tuey '24, Social Chair
Mylon Medley '24, Historian
Victor Adeniran '24, External Affairs Officer
Anderson Amaya '24, Pro Bono Chair
Maranda McKoy '24, 1L Liaison
Greg Hill '24, 2L Representative
Taylor Henderson '23, 3L Representative

Teressa Ravenell, Faculty Advisor

 

For more information about the Villanova Law BLSA Chapter, please visit our website.

Email Brehon Law Society 

 

Mission: 

The Villanova Brehon Law Society seeks to connect its members with the larger Brehon Law Society chapter of Philadelphia and the national organization in order to celebrate Irish-American achievement in the law and to advance the Brehon Law Society's mission of pursuing justice and advancing human rights. Students of all ethnic backgrounds are welcome.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Brendan Mullen '23, President
Zoe Schloss '23 & Jarrett Donaghy '23, Vice Presidents
Maeve Hyer '23, Treasurer
Grace Polisano '23, Secretary
Johnny Hurley '23, Alumni Coordinator 

Michael Moreland, Faculty Advisor

Mission:

The purpose of the Cannabis Law Community is to create awareness of the diverse, quickly evolving cannabis legal industry. We will encourage the study and analysis of current issues within the field of cannabis law and hold discussions about the implications of legalizing cannabis.

 

2022–23 Officers:  

Robert McLain '24, Founder & President
Mark Umansky '24, Vice President
Tim Dickenson '24, Treasurer & Historian
Kristi Skok '24, Secretary & Media Director

William Roark, Faculty Advisor

Email Criminal Law Society

 

Mission:  

Create a space for students who are passionate about criminal law to come togrther, along with spreading awareness about all of the different types of opportunities available within criminal law.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Rachel Sweeney '23, President
Noelle Gambale '23, Vice President
Laurel Enaco '24, Treasurer
Julia Stribula '24, Secretary 
Sofia Deihl '24 & Robert Rengifo '24, 2L Representatives

Steven L. Chanenson & Michelle Madden Dempsey, Faculty Advisors

Email Corporate Law Society 

 

Mission:  

The Corporate Law Society’s mission is to support and promote the education, scholarship, and professional development of its members at the intersection of law and business. The Society organizes lectures by prominent business and legal professionals, conducts student workshops and sponsors networking events.

 

2022–23 Officers:   

Scott Kingsbury '23, President
Brittany Mann '23, Vice President of Administration
Teddy Kotler '23, Vice President of Events
Amanda Daoud '23, Vice President, Alumni Relations
Jack McGuire '23, Case Competitions Director
Andrew Schwartz '23, Blog Director
Mittal Patel '24, Treasurer & Secretary

2L Representatives
Anna D’Eramo '24
Jacob Limaldi '24
Tarquin McGurrin '24

1L Representatives
Lauren Getman '25
Michael Malloy '25
John Zachariah '25

Andrew Lund, Faculty Advisor

Email Emerging Technology Legal Society

 

Mission: 

The goal of ETLS is to educate the law school population about the intersection of technology and the law. This can include talking about how technology is being used to aid and in some cases replace traditionally lawyer tasks. It also includes talking about various legal issues evolving technological trends pose. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Ethan Schutzman '23, President
Landon Holben '24, Vice President
Leslie De Leon '24, Treasurer
Alessandra Brainard '23, Secretary

Amy Emerson & Brett Frischmann, Faculty Advisors

Email Environmental and Energy Law Society

 

Mission: 

The purpose of the Environmental and Energy Law Society is to inform students of the job opportunities available and insight into the Environmental Law field. In addition, EELS provides students with a network of contacts in the field and courses available for interested to take. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Harlon "Gerry" Dobson '23, President 
Lauren Stebbins '24, Vice President
Kyle Stephenson '23, Treasurer
David Brake '24, Secretary

Todd Aagaard, Faculty Advisor

Email EMLS

 

Mission:  

EMLS aims to expose Villanova Law students to elements and practice of entertainment and media law and provide access to a network of professionals within the industry. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Ryan Graham '23, President
Gabrielle Pludo '23, Vice President
David Brake '23, Treasurer
Talia Stein '23, Secretary

Bernard Resnick, Faculty Advisor

Mission:  

"Purpose is entrepreneurship, competitive advantage is law."

Our mission is to connect aspiring entrepreneurs within the law school, as well as throughout Villanova University, and provide them with resources, information, and advice on how to turn their dream into reality through the utilization of legal frameworks. We hope to teach students about the importance of the attorney-client relationship in entrepreneurship and the legal challenges involved with any start-up endeavor.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Audrey Heuser '24, President
Kate Redding '24, Vice President
Brendan Mullen '23, Treasurer
Amit Mysore '23, Public Relations
Robby McLain '24, Marketing
Zoe Schloss '23, 3L Representative
Ciara Murphy '24, 2L Representative

MarySheila McDonald, Faculty Advisor

Email Fashion Law Society 

 

Mission:

Fashion Law society is committed to educating others on emerging legal issues faced by the fashion industry. We aim to create an environment where students are encouraged to share their ideas and network with industry professionals.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Maeve Hyer '23, President
Aaron Hudson '24, Vice President
Gabrielle Pludo '24, Secretary
Jahnvi Patel '24, Treasurer
Jordan Bennett '24, Social Media Coordinator 

MarySheila McDonald, Faculty Advisor

Mission: 

Villanova Federalist Society seeks to advance debate and dialogue of the most important legal issues of our time. The Federalist Society seeks to provide a community for conservative and libertarian law students at Villanova Law. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Katie Cannan '23, President
Nicole Panoc '23, Vice President
Aris Fernandez '24, Treasurer
Joseph Tricarico '24, Secretary
Naomi Minhas '23, Lawyer's Chapter Liaison
Kerry Silidker '24, Member Outreach

Michael Moreland, Faculty Advisor

 

For more information, please visit the Federalist Society website

Mission:

The First Generation Lawyers Group’s main goal is to help students who do not come from legal families navigate the legal world starting before orientation and continuing through seeking employment and beyond graduation. Those who are the first in their families to attend law school, or complete undergraduate studies, are at an inherent disadvantage compared to peers whose parents or close relatives are attorneys who are already familiar with how the legal field works. The First Generation Lawyers Group provides an outlet for questions and discussions of issues facing first generation law students, possible mentorship with someone whose views and experiences coincide with their own, and an opportunity to share stories and celebrate one another’s success. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Alicia Broderick '23, President
Crystal Yautz '23, Vice President
Jahnvi Patel '24, Treasurer
Pooja Patel '24, Secretary
Ruhani Aulakh '24 & Aaron Hudson '24, 2L Representatives

Doris Brogan, Faculty Advisor

Email Health Law Society

 

Mission:

The purpose of the Health Law Society is to provide students interested in Health Law information, connections, and opportunities in Health Law. We strive to provide interesting conversations, panels, and events with practicing attorneys, medical professionals, and policymakers. Furthermore, we encourage students of all educational backgrounds to discover an interest in Health Law. 

 

2022–23 Executive Board:

Meggie McCarthy-Alfano '24, President 
Julianna Hale '24, Vice President
Sophie Lamb '24, Treasurer
Val Peterson '24, Secretary
Claire Smith '24, Publicity Chair 
Lauren Fisher '23, Membership Chair
Allie Toal '23, Programming Chair
Sri Balijepalle '24, Fundraising Chair 

Michael J. Campbell & Ana Santos Rutschman, Faculty Advisors

Mission:

If/When/How educates, organizes, and supports law students and legal professionals to ensure that a new generation of advocates will be prepared to protect and expand reproductive rights as basic civil and human rights. Within Villanova, If/When/How seeks to empower, supplement, and grow advocates for reproductive justice through creating ongoing conversations and teaching lobbying skills.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Kayla Di Paolo '24, President
Kate Redding '24, Vice President of Operations
Jahnvi Patel '24, Vice President of Communications

Ann Juliano, Faculty Advisor

Mission:

The Immigration Law Society’s mission is to inform Villanova Law students of the many opportunities to practice immigration law by connecting with alumni and lawyers in the field as well as providing opportunities for students to engage with immigration-focused work in the community. Additionally, we aim to educate the broader Villanova Law community on all issues related to Immigration Law. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Melissa Durante '23 & Lily Haddad '23, Co-Presidents
Taimoor Satti '24, Treasurer
Dillon Memon '24, Secretary
Leslie De Leon '24, Events Coordinator
Maddie VanDorpe '23, Blog Coordinator

Catherine Kapples, Faculty Advisor

Email IP Society

 

Mission: 

The IP society aims to bring awareness to IP law at Villanova through our meetings and the start of the new IP blog. We hope to inform students about the different types of IP and potential areas of practice through meetings and speakers. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Sara Desai '23, President
Addison Fowler '24, Vice President
Gabrielle Pludo '24, Secretary
Andrew Slutsky '24, Treasurer

Michael Risch, Faculty Advisor

Mission:

International Law Society's goal is to build our organization, engage new members, and overall to show the Villanova Law community how beneficial international law is. We aim to connect members with alumni and lawyers practicing different forms of International Law.

 

2022–23 Officers:  

Ella Reed '24, President 
Alex Hubschmidt '23, Vice President 
Julia Raith '24, Secretary 
Jack Talcott '24, Treasurer 
Tia Brownmiller '24, Events Coordinator 
Dillon Memon '24, 2L Representative 

Diane Edelman, Faculty Advisor

Email Jewish Law Students Association

 

Mission:  

The mission of JLSA is to provide a community and outlet for Jewish students at Villanova Law. Being Jewish at a Catholic university presents a unique set of challenges and experiences, and JLSA provides an outlet to discuss those issues as well as bonding opportunities for people with similar backgrounds.

 

2022–23 Officers:  

Ethan Schutzman '23, President
Jordan Inver '23, Vice President
Teddy Kotler '23, Treasurer
Dani Goldberg '23, Event Coordinator

Chaim Saiman, Faculty Advisor

Mission:

Justinian Society members are engaged in activities directed toward fostering a spirit of good fellowship, maintaining honor and dignity of the legal profession, performing civic duties, administering justice, and promoting the study of law. The Society promotes continuing education in law, supports the advancement of qualified and distinguished Justinians in public office, serves the Italian-American legal profession and the community, and strives to uphold a positive image and take action against negative stereotyping against Italian-Americans.

 

2022–23 Officers: 

Dominick Manetta '24, President
Julia-Françoise Raith '24, Vice President

 

Email LELS 

 

Mission:  

The goal of this organization is to provide events and resources for members of the student body who are interested in labor and employment law. This organization shall strive to partner with outside organizations and other student groups organize networking events for Villanova Law students. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Destynee Speaks '23, President
Alex Shaff '24, Treasurer
Alexandra Hambsch '24, Secretary

Ann Juliano, Faculty Advisor

Email LALSA

 

Mission:

An association for law students to actively support Latin American communities by celebrating Latinx culture and cultivating awareness of legal issues present within the Latinx community.

 

2022–23 Officers: 

Leslie De Leon '24, President & Treasurer
Anderson Amaya '24, Vice President
Ana Blanco Rigau '24

Itay Ravid, Faculty Advisor

Email MELSA

 

Mission: 

The Middle Eastern Law Students Association (MELSA) at Villanova Law is committed to encouraging unity among a diverse student body and promoting an understanding of social, legal and professional issues in Middle Eastern and North African communities.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Zeinah Latefa '24, President
Lily Haddad '23, Vice President
Allie Romano '23, Treasurer
Dan Thomas '23, Secretary

Advisor TBD

Mission:

The Military & Veterans Law Society at Villanova Law aims to support those who have served our country in their journey through law school, as well as support those interested in pursuing military justice. Our group works with the Veterans group from Villanova University along with other schools and legal organizations in the area in pursuit of excellence in the area of military justice scholarship.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Jake Dianno '24, President
Josh Harris '23, Vice President
Greg Hill '24, Secretary
Jesse Weinberg '24, Treasurer

Brenner Fissell, Faculty Advisor

Mission: 

The mission of the Muslim Law Student Association is to promote unity, education, and empathy among the students of the association, but also the greater Villanova Law community. The association will stand to promote a deeper understanding of Islam, helping to dispel any stigmas or presumptions that may be present. The Muslim Law Student Association is all inclusive and available to all who seek to join or attend events. Aside from hoping to enrich the current student body at Villanova Law, the organization will also stand as a point of contact for any potential students who identify as Muslim that would like someone to speak with prior to enrolling to learn more about the school from someone similarly situated as them.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Humna Rub '24, President
Mustafa Ghasletwala '24, Vice President
Khalil Farraj '25, Secretary 
Ambria Smith '25, Treasurer
Nimah Bhura '25, Programming Chair

Itay Ravid, Advisor

Email OUTlaw

 

Mission:  

OUTLaw strives to promote LGbTQ+ visibility both on campus and in the broader legal field.  OUTLaw is dedicated to creating safe space for all LGBTQ+ persons, and provide a forumfor issues of importance to the LGBTQ+ community.  OUTLaw seeks to build unity at Villanova Law by offering social, educational and professional development opportunities.

 

2022–23 Officers:  

Taylor Malatesta '23, President
Landon Holben '24, Vice President
James Austin '24, Treasurer
Ian Bussard '24, Secretary
Nicky Ozorowski '24, Social Media Chair 
Caillean Daily '24, Events Chair
Eddie Reilingh '23, 3L Representative 
Lauren Stebbins '24, 2L Representative

Caitlin Barry, Faculty Advisor

Mission: 

Phi Alpha Delta is the Nation's largest legal fraternity. The King Chapter, at Villanova Law, focuses on professional development and community. We host events with legal professionals from our large alumni network, and are National Finalists in the organization's National Mock Trial Competition.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Tyler Kaestner '23, Justice
Keira Leventhal '23, Vice Justice
Mackenzie Jeffrey '24, Treasurer
Alannah King '24, Secretary
Giulia Conboy '24, Recruitment
Juliette Mogenson '23, Mock Trial Coordinator
Rachel Wolfman '23, Mock Trial Coordinator

Ann Juliano, Faculty Advisor

Email Pro Bono Society  

 

Mission:

The Pro Bono Society is dedicated to facilitating student opportunities for pro bono legal service in the greater Philadelphia community. Pro Bono legal service, as considered by the administration of Villanova Charles Widger School of Law, is direct legal service provided to indigent or otherdeserving clients. The Pro Bono Society partners with legal services organizations, non-profit, and governmental entities to provide these crucial and necessary services.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Angela Boyer '23, President
Alicia Broderick '23, Vice President of Operations
Elizabeth Kletsel '23, Vice President of Administration
Joseph Capone '24, Treasurer
Jahnvi Patel '24, Secretary
Laurel Enaco '24, Events Coordinator 
Molly Hecht '24, Fundraising Coordinator 
Kayla DiPaolo '24 & Andrew Green '24, Monto Expungement Clinic Site Chairs
Michaela Kelly '24, Senior Law Center Site Chair
Tanisha Brown '24, Homeless Advocacy Project Site Chair 
Arika Troxell '24, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Site Chair
Melissa Durante '23, Christian Legal Clinic Site Chair
Keira Leventhal '23 & Lisa McConnell '23, Face to Face Site Chairs 

Caitlin Barry & MaryAnn Robinson, Faculty Advisors

Email PIFP

For more information, please visit the PIFP website

Mission: 

The Villanova Sports Law Society (SLS) seeks to further the mission of the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for the Study of Sports Law, hoping to pave the way for future industry leaders in sports law and business. The Sports Law Society hosts seasonal professionals to speak with and mentor students, runs fundraisers and competitions to promote school unity, maintains the Sports Law Society Blog and various social media platforms, and works in conjunction with the Villanova Sports Law Negotiation Team to host sports law case competitions at Villanova Law and send students to compete at case competitions across North America.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Dante Camilli '23, President
Matt Dacey '23 & Emily Rollo '23, Vice Presidents
Rick Peña '24, Treasurer
Maranda Phillips '24, Secretary
Spencer de Urioste '23, Competitions Chair
Sydney Orr '24, Events Chair
Sydney Baxter '24, Social Media Chair
Keane Brazda '24 & Dani Clifford '23, Careers Committee Co-Chairs
Careers Committee Members: Lauren Di Lella '24, Mustafa Ghasletwala '24 & Kyle Winquist '24
At-Large Committee Members: Sarah Grossman '24, James McCauley '24, Hunter Parsons '24 & Janie Pierson '24

Andrew Brandt, Faculty Advisor

Email St. Thomas More Society

 

Mission: 

The Saint Thomas More Society dedicates itself to promoting the Catholic faith at Villanova Law School. We endeavor to build a sense of community among our members, fostering personal and group spirituality. Through Masses, lectures, retreats and informal social gatherings, we aim to help students incorporate their Catholic faith into their law school experience. Under the patronage of Saint Thomas More, patron saint of lawyers, we strive to support each other in the effort to live lives based on the Gospel and to work for harmony and goodwill throughout the legal community.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Santino Pelusi '23, President
Fran Smith '24, Vice President
Kerry Silidker '24, Treasurer
Jack Nelson '23, Secretary
Kate Capizzi '23, 3L Liaison
Jacob Limaldi '24, 2L Liaison 

Patrick Brennan, Faculty Advisor

Email Street Law

 

Mission:  

Street Law advances a civic and legal education to empower all people to transform their community and the world. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Maya Williams '24, President
Jackie Scoboria '24, Vice President
Alicia Broderick '23, Secretary
Emma Klein '24 & Sadie Walker '24, Outreach Chairs
Keara Donahue '24, Lesson Plan Chair
Caity Rogowski '24, School Visit Chair

Janine Kiah & Itay Ravid, Faculty Advisors

Email Student Mental Health Society

 

Mission:  

The goal of the Student Mental Health Society is to provide a safe space for students to discuss mental health, raise awareness for mental health issues, and end the stigma surrounding mental health struggles in law school. Through programming and awareness campaigns, the organization will work to promote the mental health resources offered by Villanova University and the legal community. To address the expressed need for mental health support, this organization will act as a liaison between students and the administration, aiming to receive and voice the concerns they may have. This group will focus solely on mental health and wellness programming. Unlike other organizations, our goal will be to help students disconnect from law school and focus on taking care of their physical selves, as well as their mental health. With this focus, the organization will encourage student wellness and broader conversations surrounding mental health and well-being. As a student-led organization, we will promote Unitas, Veritas, and Caritas by encouraging students to create a community of individuals who care deeply about the well-being of their fellow students.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Jean-claire Perini '23, President
Kate Redding '24, Vice President
Lisa McConnell '23, Treasurer
Jessica Whalen '23, Secretary
Meghan Fleming '24, Event Coordinator
Sam Newman '23, Student Body Outreach Coordinator
Landon Holben '24 & Julia Stribula '24, Co-Social Media Coordinators

Nancy Whalen, Advisor

Email Tax Law Society 

 

Mission: 

The mission of the Tax Law Society is to expose interested law students to the various opportunities available in tax. Our events will include inviting to campus tax practitioners from law firms, accounting firms, the government, and in-house groups in order to provide an opportunity for students to learn more about these different career paths and connect with professionals in the field. Further, we will hold events promoting the JD/LLM program available to law students. Lastly, we will provide opportunities for students to volunteer in the local community through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in the spring.

 

2022–23 Officers:  

Victor Adeniran '24, President
Victoria Tse '24, Vice President
Kayla Di Paolo '24, Treasurer
Evan Butts '23, Secretary
Caroline Sutherland '24, Social Media Chair
Arika Troxell '24, VITA Coordinator
Ian Bussard '23, Alumni Relations Officer
Hannah Jang '24, 2L Representative
Joe Brucker '23 & Mike Reed '23, 3L Representatives

Joy Mullane, Faculty Advisor

Email Villanova Law Democrats

 

Mission: 

The Villanova Law Democrats work to connect law and politics in an inclusive, welcoming environment. The Villanova Law Democrats strive to bring engaging democratic speakers, including elected officials and attorneys.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Ryan Thomas '23, President 

Ann Juliano, Faculty Advisor

Mission: 

The Villanova Law Republicans strive to promote the traditional principles of the Republican Party; namely, patriotism, free markets, and individual liberty. The organization hosts events with speakers at the intersection of law and politics, in addition to providing interested students a forum to engage, connect, and learn from one another. 

 

2022–23 Officers:   

Krysti Oschal '24, President
Sarah Moynihan '24, Vice-President
Aris Fernandez '24, Treasurer
Rachel Murray '24, Secretary 

Michael P. Moreland, Faculty Advisor

Email VLSASV 

 

Mission: 

Villanova Law Students Against Sexual Violence (VLSASV) is a student organization that cares about the safety and wellbeing of the Villanova Law community. In being committed to the belief that all people have the right to live free of violence and the fear of violence, we believe that survivors should not be blamed for the emotional, physical, and/or sexual violence perpetrated against them. Therefore, VLSASV strives to facilitate an empowering and safe atmosphere to raise awareness of sexual assault, sexual harassment and intimate emotional, physical and/or sexual partner violence through education. 

Our goals are to: (1) develop education to broaden the awareness of sexual violence; (2) disseminate information on nearby resources for survivors and others impacted by sexual and interpersonal violence; and (3) encourage active involvement in prevention efforts by students, faculty, staff and community members.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Jacqueline Borrelli '23, President
Sydney Baxter '24, Vice President
Dan Goldfield '24, Treasurer
Keara Donahue '24, Secretary
Julia Françoise Raith '24, 2L Representative

Nancy Whalen, Advisor

Mission: 

The goal of the group is to coordinate with other Villanova Law student groups to have healthy debates on abortion policy, particularly in light of the decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. We aim to provide community for students with shared views.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Joseph Tricarico '24, President
Naomi Minhas '23, Vice President
Aris Fernandez '24, Treasurer
Kerry Silidiker '24, Secretary

Michael Moreland, Advisor

Email VPNG

 

Mission:  

Our mission is to provide support, guidance, and community to students of Villanova who have arrived at law school through a non-traditional path. Our goal is to advise and assist with the stresses of balancing law school and the other responsibilities and demands of life. We add diversity in experience, opinions, understanding, work history and viewpoints to the Villanova Community. 

 

2022–23 Officers:

Natasha Scott '24, President
Mylon Medley '24, Vice President
Katie Stiffler '23, Treasurer
Arika Troxell '24, Secretary
Casey Brogan '24, Special Events Outreach & Technology Coordinator
Tony Cassetta '24 & Caity Rogowski '24, 2L Representatives

Diane Edelman, Faculty Advisor

Email WLC

 

Mission:  

WLC organizes and participates in programs and events to raise awareness about legal and non-legal issues that affect women and to create spaces for its members and the law school community to openly discuss them. WLC fosters community and mentorship among Villanova women and supports the initiatives of other underrepresented groups in the legal field. WLC welcomes any member of the law school community as a member of its organization.

 

2022–23 Officers:

Brie Sullivan '23, President
Ally Gotthold '23, Vice President
Raina Desai '24, Treasurer
Jill Sprong '24, Secretary
Lindsay Feeney '24, Special Events Coordinator
Emma Klein '24, Creative Graphics Coordinator
Casey Brogan '24, Publicity Coordinator
Danielle DiGrazia '24, Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator
Jessica Kaczinski '23 & Anjali Tiperneni '23, 3L Representatives
Grace Gelone '24 & Taylor Wilson '24, 2L Representatives

 Ann Juliano, Faculty Advisor

Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Student Bar Association
299 N. Spring Mill Rd.
Villanova, PA 19085

Adviser: Nancy Whalen, Director of Student Affairs and Wellbeing

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