Alumni

Alumi at Alum Event

10 Ways to Connect

No. 1

VOLUNTEER. We are a vibrant alumni community made better by volunteers like you. Work with our students and recent graduates in areas that mean most to you, such as Admission Ambassador, mock interviewer, 1L student mentor, Moot Court coach or judge, Job Shadow host, or Access to Justice Institute mentor. To learn more, contact lawalumni@seattleu.edu.

No. 2

STAY CURRENT. Update your contact information to stay informed about law school communications including important alumni, events, programs and volunteer opportunities.

No. 3

ENGAGE WITH CPD. Our Center for Professional Development always seeks input from alumni and appreciates learning of any job openings to share with students and graduates. CPD is also here to help with your job search strategies and career transitions. E-mail lawcareers@seattleu.edu

No. 4

SOCIALIZE AT A SIDEBAR. Our Sidebar receptions provide an informal and easy setting for alums to catch up with the law school and each other. Find information about Sidebars near you on our Alumni Events Calendar.

No. 5

ATTEND A CLE. Our innovative and top-notch CLEs deliver relevant and practical content to alums at a discounted rate, and the on-demand webinar list is extensive. Review the offerings here

No. 6

SHARE YOUR NEWS. Let us celebrate your accomplishments by submitting a Class Note for publication in the Lawyer.

No. 7

PARTICIPATE. Check out our thought-provoking and entertaining events open to all alumni. We look forward to seeing you at the law school or in the community soon.

No. 8

CHECK IT OUT. The Law Library is available to the alumni community, and a library card with check out privileges is only $25. Your dedicated librarians are here for you. Visit www.law.seattleu.edu/library.

No. 9

CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA. The law school's active Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn channels are a great way to learn what's going on and share your thoughts and ideas with each other and the law school.

No. 10

MAKE A GIFT. Realize your goal of ensuring the law school's future success. If you can, make a gift to the Annual Fund for Excellence or consider joining the Legacy Society.