Affinity & Class Year
There are several Alumni Associations dedicated to building a supportive and active alumni community, strengthening ties among fellow alumni and the School, and maximizing the community's professional strength. Currently, the four groups include: Asian Pacific American Alumni Association (APAAA), Black Alumni Association (BAA), Latino Alumni Association (LAA), and Native American Alumni Association (NAAA).
Provide a venue for an alumni event; can be a law firm, museum, restaurant, house, etc.
Host an Event
Host the event by contributing to the cost of catering or venue.
Deliver remarks on a timely topic or relevant subject at an event.
Recruit and coordinate the panelists for a program.
Brown Bag Speaker
Speak to a group of alumni and/or students about relevant experience during lunchtime programs.
Assist in marketing and messaging for alumni events and programs, support social media platforms.
Women of Stanford Law Mentor
The program pairs an alumna with a “family” (1Ls, and either 2Ls or 3Ls) of current Stanford Law students for a mentoring relationship. This relationship would ideally include a few in-person meetings, and monthly e-mail and/or phone correspondence or more frequent communication depending on individual preferences.
Serve as your class correspondent and collect updates from fellow classmates, and author the section that appears in the Stanford Lawyer magazine.
Linda Wilson, Stanford Lawyer
Alumni can participate in their reunions in a multitude of ways, from encouraging classmates to attend Alumni Weekend to donating to the Reunion Class Gift. There are also leadership opportunities such as serving as a committee chair.
The Reunion Committee volunteers, in particular, play an instrumental role in maintaining the vitality of Stanford Law School. As a volunteer and alumnus/a, you are in the best position to encourage alumni to attend Alumni Weekend as well as make the case for supporting Stanford Law School. While some know the important role that alumni dollars play in operating the School, others are not fully informed. You can help to communicate the needs of Stanford Law School as well as keep your classmates up-to-date on the latest Stanford Law School news.