There are so many ways to stay in touch with your fellow alumni and the University of Connecticut Law School Alumni Association. Get involved as a member of the LSAA, attend some of our many events or contact Jordan Abbott, senior director of alumni relations, at email@example.com or (860) 570-5390.
UConn School of Law thrives with the help of our impressive graduates. Contact Jordan Abbott, senior director of alumni relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 570-5390 to find out more about these volunteer opportunities.
Class Secretaries our best ambassadors to promote alumni programs. The expectations of this role include the following:
- Encourage classmates to participate in Graduate Gatherings and UConn Law events;
- Keep classmates up to date on news and events from the law school, share updates from classmates with the school;
- Every five years, assist with promoting your class reunion;
- Make a charitable gift commitment early and encourage classmates to give to UConn School of Law.
UConn Law alumni have distinguished careers in many areas of law, business, nonprofit leadership and education. We recruit alumni to serve on panels, speak at events, meet with students or serve as a guest speaker on campus.
Support the admission office by reaching out to prospective, newly admitted or undecided candidates. Alumni may also be invited to assist with admission gatherings on campus or in major cities. You may also serve as a liaison to your undergraduate institution.
Event Host or Co-host
Alumni host events in their homes and places of employment, at their clubs or at local restaurants. This generous contribution allows the Alumni Office to expand our reach and connect with a broader range of alumni. Event guests may include the dean, faculty, representatives from UConn or other featured alumni speakers.
Alumni provide individual or group guidance for law school students. This connection is possible regardless of where you live and is a wonderful way to give back to your law school. If you're interested in giving advice in one-on-one online conversations, consider the Husky Mentor Network.
Help guide the new lawyers in solo practice at our affiliated incubator, the Connecticut Community Law Center. Mentors offer expertise in various areas of the law, advice on the practical aspects of running a solo law practice and guidance in professionalism and ethics.
University of Connecticut Law School Alumni Association Board
The Law School Alumni Association taps alumni with a strong history of volunteerism and support for the school who represent the rich diversity of the alumni base to serve as directors. This is a three-year renewable term of service and a meaningful opportunity to serve in a leadership capacity. Directors are nominated for board service by the Nominating Committee and elected by the full board. Please contact Jordan Abbott to learn more.