Becoming Engaged in the Life of
Your Law School
As members of a diverse and vibrant alumni community,
we hope you will become engaged in shaping the law school's present
and future by contributing and getting involved in the life of
There are many other ways to maintain a connection
with the school:
- Public Interest Law Alumni Committee. The
Office of Alumni Relations is working with alumni to form a
committee focused on providing programs in the area of public
interest. The committee also will support public interest programs
on campus, including the annual PILF auction that raises money
for summer grants awarded to students who intern in the field
of public interest.
- Regional Alumni Relations Program. For those
of you who can't make it back to campus, Seattle University
School of Law is coming to you. The Office of Alumni Relations
is pleased to offer exciting programs, distinguished speakers,
social gatherings and events, to keep you connected to alumni
in your area and your alma mater. Watch for e-mails about upcoming
events in your area.
- Law Library Archives Project.
As the school prepares to celebrate a milestone in
its history, the Law Library is taking advantage of the 35th
anniversary to institute an archive that documents the history
of the law school. To get things rolling, the library is seeking
donations of historical material from all members of the law
school community, especially alumni. If you have any memorabilia
stored in the basement or tucked in the attic, the library would
like to see it. Who knows? There might be gems such as photographs
from days and buildings gone by, early issues of the Prolific
Reporter, minutes of the SBA or other student organization meetings,
or, an early version of the Student Handbook. Bob Menanteaux,
who joined the Law School in 1978, is leading the archive project.
He can be reached at: (206) 398-4160 or email@example.com.