SPIN Network

The SPIN Network is a forum for student groups connected to public interest to coordinate and collaborate. Comprised of “SPIN representatives” from other Columbia Law School student groups with a commitment to public interest, the SPIN Network meets each month to co-organize public interest-related events, set priorities for the public interest community, and advocate for those issues to the administration and the student body.

The following student organizations are represented in the SPIN Network.

  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
  • Black Law Students Association
  • Civil Rights Law Society
  • Columbia Health Law Association
  • Columbia Law School Democrats
  • Columbia Law Women’s Association
  • Columbia Society of International Law
  • Domestic Violence Project
  • Education Law and Policy Society
  • Environmental Law Society
  • Jewish Law Students Association
  • Journal of Transnational Law
  • Latino/a Law Students Association
  • Law Students for Social Enterprise
  • Outlaws
  • Public Interest Law Foundation
  • Rightslink
  • Society for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
  • Suspension Representation Project
  • Worker’s Rights Student Coalition

If you are a Columbia Law student group involved in public interest work and would like to join the network, please fill out this form.