GW Law encourages our alumni to stay connected to the law school, our students, and each other. It's never too late to be an active alum.
- Alumni Mentoring Program
During the fall of 2016, we are re- formulating our alumni mentoring program to identify the best way to meet the needs of our students, and provide worthwhile interaction with alumni. We plan to announce details of the new program in January 2017.
- Reunion Class Committee Member
Lead outreach and assist with planning for your GW Law Reunion. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Hire Our Students and Recent Graduates
Is your office looking to hire a student intern or recent law school graduate? Please contact GW Law's Center for Professional Development & Career Strategy or email email@example.com.
- Regional Volunteer
Assist with planning and outreach for regional activities. Email Alumni@law.gwu.edu with your name and geographic location.
Get connected with the leaders of one of the GW Law Alumni Association affinity groups: Black Law Alumni Association and the Lambda Law Alumni Interest group.
The GWLAA exists to promote GW Law by engaging its alumni. All graduates of GW Law are automatically members of the GWLAA. You can stay involved with the GWLAA by participating in our many activities throughout the year. View the Alumni Event Calendar for information on upcoming events.
- Practice Area Interest Groups
Connect with alumni who are interested in your practice area. Some groups are in formational stages while others are more established. We are happy to discuss ways to help you connect with other alumni in your practice area and our related programming and social media. Email Alumni@law.gwu.edu with your name and practice area of interest.
The GW Law Alumni Office is committed to helping students and alumni connect. These connections have the potential to make a huge difference in the lives of our students, while giving alumni the opportunity to give back and reconnect with Law School today. Please review our student and alumni connections and consider getting involved today!