Student Bar Association (Harrisburg)
Interested in enriching your law school experience beyond the lecture hall? The Student Bar Association at Widener Law’s Harrisburg campus can help. The SBA sponsors so many campus activities, academic associations, community projects, and social events that the Harrisburg campus has twice garnered "Outstanding School of the Year" awards from the ABA's Law Student Division. Browse our list of academic, service, sporting and special interest activities to find out more about expanding your horizons and serving the community at Widener.

Intellectual Development
Widener’s SBA offers a variety of different activities designed to expand your legal education beyond the classroom. Whether you seek to improve your legal research, writing, and editing skills as a member of the Widener Law Journal staff or develop your courtroom skills as part of the Moot Court Honor Society, the SBA can help you find the right student organization for you.

The SBA supports a variety of student organizations dedicated to community service. Equal Justice Works trains law students interested in public law while bringing awareness to the needs of impoverished individuals. You could help low and moderate income taxpayers with tax preparation and advice through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. If you’re interested in public service there are a number of opportunities for you to explore.

The SBA is committed to supporting the school’s diverse student body through organizations such as the Black Law Student Association, the Women’s Law Caucus, and the Gay Straight Alliance.