Law School alumni enjoyed a weekend of special events May 5 through 7.
At the Loop Luncheon, Lior Strahilevitz, the Sidley Austin Professor of Law, delivered a lecture titled “Shining a Light on Dark Patterns.”
At the Luncheon, alumni caught up with one another.
Alumni who served in clerkships mingled with judges and students interested in pursuing clerkships at the Alumni Clerkship Reception.
The All-Alumni Wine Mess brought alumni and current students together.
Alumni gathered in the auditorium for the “State of the Law School” address, delivered by Dean Thomas J. Miles, the Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law.
Alumni snacked on popcorn for a faculty masterclass titled, “Zealous Advocates in Movies” delivered by Herschella Conyers, the Lillian E. Kraemer Clinical Professor in Public Interest Law, and Elizabeth Kregor, director of the Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship.
M. Todd Henderson, the Michael J. Marks Professor of Law, and Emily Underwood, the Bluhm-Helfand Director of the Innovation Clinic, presented a faculty masterclass on “Leadership from the Female Perspective.”
Alumni and their families took advantage of the nice weather to step foot in the Reflecting Pool.
All classes enjoyed a picnic lunch and ice cream treats.
Alumni reminisced about their time at the Law School while looking at the photo archive.
Dean Thomas J. Miles, Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law and Economics, moderated a fireside chat with David M. Rubenstein, ’73, and Adam Silver, ’88.
The Class of 1973 celebrated their 50th reunion, gathering for a group shot during their class dinner.
The Class of 1998 celebrated their 25th reunion.
Class dinners are a highlight of Reunion Weekend.
Thank you to everyone who participated in Reunion Weekend 2023.