From mentoring students, to meeting with prospective students, to serving as a Moot Court judge, we can always use your help. Contact Maureen Horonzy, Director of Alumni Relations, for more information.
Host an event
Serve as a chair or committee member for your reunion
Committee members are ambassadors for the Law School, encouraging classmates to attend Reunion Weekend and to make a gift in celebration of their milestone. The committee is also responsible for planning a class-specific dinner and providing guidance to staff in planning a memorable weekend for classmates and fellow alumni.
Contact Becky Whitehurst, Senior Associate Director of Leadership Annual Giving, at email@example.com.
Join a regional committee
The Law School’s Regional Alumni Committees are comprised of groups of local alumni who help to plan and promote Law School events. Regional Committees currently exist in Chicago, New York, Washington, DC, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Please contact Maggie Elmarakby, Associate Director of Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn more about our Regional Committees.
Host a lunch or reception around a visit from the Dean or a faculty member
We’ll help with the logistics, you focus on the social and intellectual connections. Contact Maureen Horonzy, Director of Alumni Relations, at email@example.com.
Host an admitted student reception in your area
Help ensure the brightest students keep coming to the Law School — our future students are your future alumni. Contact Erin Howard, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Underwrite student events and programs on campus
The Chicago Law Partners Program is a consolidated effort to seek underwriting support for events and programs organized by and for students at the University of Chicago Law School. Partnership is an excellent way for law firms and corporations to identify and attract top talent by supporting student activities and groups. Read more about the program.
Volunteer with students
- Participate in the Law School Public Interest Alumni Network.
- Serve as a Moot Court judge.
- Volunteer for one of the Law School’s Student-Alumni Mentoring Programs.
- Contribute an item or experience to the Chicago Law Foundation for its annual auction. Email email@example.com.