Clubs and Sports

Getting a club started

Want to start a club at TRU Law? Great! Clubs are a big part of the law school experience and a great way to bring people together with similar interests for a similar purpose. The steps for starting a club are laid out below:

  1. Download the TRU SLS Club Registration Form;

  2. Fill it out with the details for your club;

  3. Get 10 signatures of support from other TRU Law students;

  4. Submit the registration form to the Sports and Clubs Director: Jeff Scheffel;

  5. Wait for club approval from the SLS Executive team.

We also highly recommend registering your club with the TRU Students’ Union (“TRUSU”). TRUSU has more resources than the SLS and is a great source of support for student organizations.

getting your club funded

Funding information coming soon.

More questions? Contact your SLS Executive Team!


LIST OF CLUBS

Asian Pacific Law Students
Contact: Taiyo Hasegawa

Basketball Club
Contact: Logan Rogers

Black Law Students Association
Contact: TBD

Crib Club
Contact: Lane Perry

Criminal Law Club
Contact: Robyn Young

Environmental Law Club
Contact: TBD

Golf Club
Contact: TBD

Hiking Club
Contact: TBD

Human Rights Club
Contact: TBD

Indigenous Law Students’ Association (ILSA)
Contact: TBD

Labour and Employment Law Club
Contact: Charles M. Campbell

Law Needs Feminism Because- TRU Chapter
Contact: Larissa Donovan

Legal Innovation Association
Contact: TBD

Oral Advocacy Club
Contact: TBD

OUTlaws
Contact: Vanessa Singleton 

Pro Bono Students Canada
Contact: TBD

Securities Law Club
Contact: Jacky Liu 

Soccer Club
Contact: TBD

South Asian Law Students’ Association (SALSA)
Contact: TBD

Sports & Entertainment Law Club
Contact: Arjun Hair

Women & Law Society
Contact: Sierra Hardy

TRU Animal Law Advocacy (TALA)
Contact:  Joe Killoran

TRU Law Hockey Club
Contact: TBD

TRU Law Rugby
Contact: TBD

TRU Science and Law Club
Contact: Natasha Little