The Stanford Law School reunion program reunites classmates through an assortment of activities, including the school's annual Alumni Weekend held each fall. Our law school alumni gather for their reunion every five years. This three day excursion provides our alumni with an opportunity to renew old friendships, celebrate classmates' successes, and reminisce about time spent at Stanford as well as attend a variety of panel discussions and talks.
The Alumni Associations were formed to bring together the diverse alumni of the law school both socially and professionally. These associations create opportunities for networking and mentoring relationships between current students and alumni. They promote the development of programs that will benefit the alumni community and support initiatives that advance legal education.
There are a number of ways Stanford Law School alumni can stay connected with their classmates online. From the SLS Alumni groups and discussion community inside Stanford’s Alumni Directory to our exclusive SLS professional networking group on LinkedIn, as well as our SLS Alumni Twitter and Facebook pages.
The goal of Stanford Alumni Regional Law Chapters is to strengthen the connection among alumni and between alumni and Stanford Law School. By creating and managing both social and academic events across the country, Alumni Regional Law Chapters provide opportunities for alumni to renew social ties, remain connected to the most current academic knowledge, and build professional networks.
Since 1958, the Stanford Law School Board of Visitors has played an important role in helping the dean of the law school respond to particular challenges facing legal education. Members of the board are appointed by the dean and are selected for their distinction as leaders in law, business, and service to the public, and demonstrated commitment to the school.
Alumni are an integral part of any institution of higher learning. Stanford Law School is no exception. SLS volunteers organize events and programs at the school as well as across the country through regional Law Societies and reunion committees. They also raise money, recruit students, assist with academic programs, and offer career advice. Volunteers help fellow alumni stay connected and contribute to the excellence of Stanford Law School.
Be sure to sign up for an e-mail address, at no charge to you, from the Stanford Alumni Association. Your address will be very easy to remember: email@example.com. Any mail sent to this e-mail address can be read on the web (great when you are traveling) or automatically forwarded to the account you read every day. This is an easy way to stay connected to classmates and friends.