The J. Reuben Clark Law Society is an international professional organization of lawyers and law students who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) that seeks to:
- Encourage high moral and professional standards throughout the legal profession
- Serve the needs of its members
It fulfills these goals by working to increase awareness within the Law School Community of the potential impact of religious convictions on moral and professional standards and on the practice of law, and of the presence, beliefs, and concerns of LDS law students. The society also assists in recruiting LDS students and those of similar beliefs to attend the Law School, providing fellowship for these students as they make their transition into the Law School community, and developing networking opportunities between current students and LDS graduates of the Law School. The society also sponsors social activities designed to include spouses and families with small children.