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Get Involved

The University of Georgia School of Law welcomes your input, participation and support and offers many ways in which you can volunteer to help your alma mater.

Reunion Planning Committee

Class members sign up with the Advancement Office to help contact classmates and plan for their class reunion. These events are held by classes at five-year intervals of graduation anniversaries. 

Advising Current Students and Fellow Alumni

Alumni are encouraged to assist current law students by volunteering to participate as forum speakers or in mentoring, shadowing, and mock interviewing opportunities.  If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please contact Alumni Career Services.

Giving

Alumni in firms with five or more attorneys serve as Firm Agents, encouraging Georgia Law alumni at their firm to support their alma mater with monetary assistance. Alumni who help to contact fellow classmates about the importance of giving back financially to the University of Georgia School of Law can serve as Class Agents.

LL.M. Alumni Association

The LL.M. Alumni Association was founded in 1990 by graduates from the University of Georgia School of Law and brings together all those who obtained an LL.M. degree from the UGA School of Law in the last 35 years as well as J.D.s and practitioners from all over the world.