Reunion Weekend 2022
Save the Date: APRIL 29 - MAY 1, 2022
CELEBRATING THE CLASSES OF:
1962 • 1967 • 1972 • 1977 • 1982 • 1987 • 1992 • 1997 • 2002 • 2007 • 2012 • 2017
Reconnect with Law School classmates, faculty, and students! Information about social and intellectual events, logistics, and more will be available here later this winter.
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Your class is forming a Reunion Committee and welcomes your participation. To join, email us at LawReunion@uchicago.edu.
The Law School is closely monitoring COVID-19 and is operating in accordance with University guidelines. For now, our plan is to celebrate your Reunion in-person next spring. We are looking forward to your participation in your Reunion celebration!
Reunion Weekend 2021
Reunion Weekend 2021 took place virtually April 30 - May 2, 2021.
CELEBRATING THE CLASSES OF:
1955 • 1970 • 1975 • 1980 • 1985 • 1990 • 1995 • 2000 • 2005 • 2010 • 2015
1971 • 1976 • 1981 • 1986 • 1991 • 1996 • 2001 • 2006 • 2011 • 2016
See photos and video recordings from the weekend.
For this year's Reunion Weekend, alumni of the University of Chicago Law School gathered virtually from April 30 to May 2. They enjoyed various events, such as an LLM gathering; a tour of the Law School led by Associate Dean for Communications Marsha Nagorsky, '95; an alumni panel; faculty masterclasses; and virtual class gatherings.
Watch Reunion Programming
Join Dean Miles for a State of the Law School address. Charles Todd, Dean of Students, and current students will also share their perspectives on life at the Law School during COVID-19.
Join Marsha Ferziger Nagorsky, ’95, Associate Dean for Communications and Lecturer in Law, as she leads you through a tour of her beloved Law School. See how much has changed over the last sixty years, how much has stayed the same, and learn more about temporary modifications to the building during COVID-19.
The good news is that when humans are pushed together, innovations increase and climate change is mitigated. The bad news is that income inequality, lost jobs, and government failures are more obvious. Let’s talk about whether we ought to worry more about flight or overcrowding. Greenberg Seminars offer students the opportunity to engage in informal discussions with Law School faculty members on a range of topics.
Private data markets—though which firms buy and sell data and accumulate data assets—have received sustained academic attention. But data markets are not for the private sector alone: In our federalist system, our levels of government also buy and sell data from one another. This talk will describe this intergovernmental data market and the ways it has propelled the aggregation of governmental data, complicated data governance, and raised novel legal challenges.
Fifty years ago, the Vietnam-era Reunion Classes of 1970 and 1971 ushered in a bold new generation of women at the Law School and in the legal profession. Join this lively discussion to hear how women students, faculty and alumni challenged barriers to women then and what the future looks like now for women in the profession.
Gifts are critical in maintaining the educational excellence of the Law School. Reunion is the perfect opportunity to begin, renew, or increase your support.