From mentoring students, to meeting with prospective students, to serving as a Moot Court judges, we can always use your help. Contact Tonya Romin, Director of Alumni Relations, for more information.
Alumni and friends contribute to the success of the School of Law by volunteering their time and talents within our law school community. From coaching students on mock trial teams, to serving on one of our volunteer committees and joining first year students during orientation week, there are many ways for alumni to give back at the School of Law.
Board of Governors
The School of Law's Alumni Board of Governors is organized for the purpose of promoting a closer relationship between law alumni and Loyola University Chicago School of Law and to foster and maintain the honor, dignity, and integrity of the profession of law. Board by-laws allow for up to 30 members to serve on the School of Law Board of Governors.
All inquiries for or about the School of Law Board of Governors should be sent to the University’s Liaison to Board of Governors, Tonya Romin, at email@example.com or 312.915.7366.
Dean's Diversity Council
The Dean's Diversity Council consists of School of Law alumni and student representatives who come together to fulfill the law school’s mission to foster diversity and serve as a place of respectful discourse among our students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Through meaningful engagement. The council aims to provide meaningful engagement opportunities, provide insight into the student and alumni experiences, and further develop our community to share in the changes and challenges taking place in our communities.
If you are interested in joining the Dean's Diversity Council, please complete your volunteer involvement form here or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.915.6187.
Reunions are an important focus of our Alumni Relations efforts, and significant anniversary celebrations for our alumni. As a Reunion Class Committee Member, you play a central role in fostering the relationship between the School of Law and its alumni. You are the law school's most effective ambassador and advocate, and your assistance is very meaningful to us.
As a Committee Member, we hope you will help us accomplish three important goals:
- Improve communications by talking to your classmates about the law school and their upcoming reunion, and by giving us feedback about what we can do for you
- Increase attendance at the Reunion by attending and encouraging your classmates to attend law school functions
- Increase alumni support of law school programs by making an annual gift to the Law School, and encouraging your classmates to support the Reunion Class Endowed Scholarship Fund, or an area of choice.
Consider joining a Reunion Committee...
Interested in helping out with reunion planning? Join a reunion committee! Each class has an Advancement staff member who can give you all the information you need in order to make Reunion a success! For more information, please visit LUC.edu/law/reunion or contact Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 312.915.6187.
Recent Alumni Engagement Ambassadors
The Recent Alumni Engagement Ambassadors are responsible for promoting upcoming events and sharing key giving initiatives for the School of Law on social media in an effort to build a community of engagement and philanthropy among young and recent alumni. Recent Alumni Engagement Ambassadors also offer philanthropic support by making meaningful contributions of any size in support of the mission and work of the law school. If you are a recent alumni interested in becoming a Recent Alumni Engagement Ambassador, please contact Assistant Director of Donor Engagement, Lauren Vogelsmeier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.915.6187
Other ways to get involved
Get Involved at the School of Law
Alumni and friends can contribute to the success of the School of Law by volunteering their time and talents at the School of Law. There are many ways for alumni and friends to give back at the School of Law including involvement through:
- Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy
- Career Services Assistance
- Coaching/judging Moot Court Mock Trial & Skills Teams
- First Year Dinner
- 1L-Alumni Mentoring Program
- Guest Speaker
If you are interested in volunteering at the School of Law or hosting an event or reception, please complete your volunteer involvement form here or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 312.915.6187 for more information.