Federalist Society

The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians interested in the current state of the legal order. It is founded on the legal principles that the state exists to preserve freedom and that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution. The Society seeks both to promote an awareness of these principles and to further their applicable through its activities.

Board Members

Andreus F. Donet, President
Vivianese Tuccio, Vice President of Internal Affairs
Nicholas Vazquez, Vice President of External Affairs
Adriana Luis, Secretary
Georgia Zavos, Treasurer
Noah Taran, Assistant to the President
Martha Leonard, 1L Representative
Angel Armesto, 1L Representative
Kevin Nakfour, 2L Representative

Faculty/Staff Advisor

Professor Daniel Epstein

Why Join The Federalist Society?

Our primary objective is to cultivate free and open discussions concerning personal liberty, restrained governance, and judicial prudence. Membership is open to everyone.

Professional Advancement

Interaction with prominent public officials, judges, and scholars.

Fall Lawyers’ Convention in Washington, DC: Establish valuable connections with attorneys and federal judges spanning the nation. Interact with Supreme Court justices, distinguished senators, governors, and a diverse array of influential conservative and libertarian leaders. Through this event, members have unearthed prospects for their 1L summer positions.

Students’ Symposium: Network with fellow Federalist Society members across the country and attend panels hosted by practitioners and professors delving into legal topics. Travel costs for Fed Soc members are partially covered as funding allows.

  • Networking with Guest Speakers.
  • Gain access to The Federalist Society quarterly newsletter.
  • Gain a subscription to Harvard’s Journal of Law & Public Policy.

Social Engagements

Happy Hours: Engage in monthly informal gatherings with fellow STU FEDSOC members as well as nonmembers, providing an avenue to unwind and foster connections.

Academic Assistance

  • Outlines: Gain access to our outlines after completing membership requirements.

Professional Assistance

  • Tips: Gain networking and interview tips.

How to Join Federalist Society

  • Step 1: Join the National Membership to The Federalist Society.
  • Step 2: Join the St. Thomas Federalist Society Membership.

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