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Dear Tulane Law School Alumni:

 

The Office of Alumni Relations at Tulane Law School seeks to engage, reconnect and inspire pride through innovative programs and creative programming for our over 14,500 alumni from all 50 states and nearly 100 countries. 

 

This year we celebrate two incredible milestones that have shaped our alumni community and enhanced the quality of the education our students receive at Tulane Law.  First, we celebrate 40 years of our Pro Bono requirement and 30 years of our Clinics here at Tulane Law. While our academic reputation boasts of distinct programs in environmental, maritime, sports law and comparative law, I believe that our character and strength is derived from our alumni’s commitment to service others.

 

Second, we mark 50 years since the first African American received his J.D. Michael Starks (L *68) went on to serve New Orleans as the first African American City Attorney and left a legacy of mentorship that inspired many of our current alumni to pursue their professional dreams and continue mentoring other students and young lawyers. This year we honor and recognize his legacy and the accomplishments of our Black Alumni over the past 50 years during the Tulane Law School Black Alumni Celebration, culminating in a reunion program in February 2019.

 

There are so many terrific ways that you can reconnect with Tulane Law School, your fellow classmates and the alumni community. 

 

  • Keep up to date with what is going on at Tulane Law School and with our alumni on our communications page or on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.

  • Connect with our revamped Career Development Office and serve as a professional mentor, interviewer and help students network and find future employment.

  • Attend your reunion program as we celebrate your exciting milestone with your classmates.

  • Provide financial support for our student programs, diversity initiatives, scholarships and boot camp programs.

  • Support our minority and first generation law students through mentorship opportunities, career support and supporting our diversity initiatives. 

Whether you are a frequent visitor to Weinmann Hall or have not returned since you graduated, I hope you will take a moment and reflect on your time at Tulane and ask how you would like to get involved in supporting the next generation of gradates. 

 

Roll Wave,

Adam Kancher