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Women Law Students Association (WLSA)

The purpose of the organization is to promote the role of women in the legal profession, to help provide mutual support and encouragement to its members, and to engage in activities that enhance the role of women in society.

As one of the largest student organizations on campus, the Women Law Students Association (WLSA) works to achieve this goal by organizing two separate mentorship programs: a student-to-student mentorship program and an attorney-to-student mentorship program. WLSA also holds an annual silent auction to benefit a local non-profit with funds earmarked to assist with women’s legal issues within the community.

Throughout the year, WLSA hosts numerous events, including but not limited to:

  • Speaker Panels (diverse legal career panel, summer internship experience panel, etc.)
  • Female Faculty Luncheon
  • Dinner with the Dean
  • Tea with Female Justices
  • Halloween Party Hosted at a Youth Domestic Violence Shelter
  • Female Law Student Reception at a Local Firm
  • Wine & Cheese Night with the Arizona Women Lawyers Association

Contact Information

President: Hannah Eaton

Vice President: Tessa Patterson

Director of Business Affairs: Krystina Temirbolatov

Director of Fundraising: Grace Diamond

Director of Professional Development: Kate Peterson

Director of Diversity and Inclusion: Jasmyn Kamal

3L Representative: Alejandra Curiel Molina

2L Representative: Masden Griffiths

1L Representative: Kylie Horne

1L Representative: Natalie Packard

Transfer Representative: Scarlet Rush

Faculty Advisor: Linda Demaine


Everyone entering the Beus Center for Law and Society Building is required to wear a face covering and all guests need to have an appointment.