School of Law Alumni
Welcome School of Law Alumni and Friends
Our 8,000 alumni can be found around the world. They serve in all aspects of the legal profession including the judiciary, the armed forces, government, law enforcement, academia, and business. You will find our alumni employed as solo practitioners, partners in large firms, counsel for major corporations and public agencies. The alumni are dedicated to the School of Law and its current students. More than 300 alumni gave of their time and talent last year in service to the School of Law. That service included director positions on the Alumni Board, panelists for Career Services, coaches for Moot Court, lecturers, class agents and more.
Please explore our website for ways to stay in touch and be more involved with the School of Law and the alumni. Connect with us.
Associate Director of Alumni Relations,
2017 Law Alumni Board of Directors
Alumni board members attended the gratuation dinner in May, 2017
L-R Ed Pikula '83, Michael Borg '88, Sarah Willey '96, Stephen Button '06, Nicole Murray '05, Marcy Spratt '09
Term Completed 2018
Stephen Button '06 President
David Cortese '11
James Doyle '06
John Fitzgerald, II '99
Talia Gee '10 - President Elect
Michael Smith '04
Shaune Sousa '16
Sarah Willey '96
Term Completion 2019
Michael Borg '88
New York, NY
Linda Fakhoury '04
Kaley Lentini '14
Jon Longobardi '10
Nicole Murray '05
Ed Pikula '83
Hirak Shah '10
Term Completion 2020
Karen Adamski '14
Jessica Audet '06
Kristin Bonneau '04
West Hartford, CT
Lisa Lippiello '06
Adam Mandell '06
Tasha Marsall '16
West Springfield, MA
Marcy Spratt '09 (Past President 2015-16)
Volunteer with us
- Membership on the Alumni Association Board of Directors — Help shape the future of the School of Law
- For more information on the Board of Directors nomination process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Serve on a committee for the Alumni Association
- For more information on the committees, please email Kim Roeder at email@example.com.
- Become a Class Agent — Engage classmates to support our programs and stay connected.
- Class agents are needed for the following classes: 1978, 79, 80, 85, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 2002, 14, 15, 16.
- For more information on becoming a class agent, email Linda Fakhoury at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Connect in your region — Attend and/or organize regional alumni gatherings.
- We are looking for people to host small social/networking events in different areas of the country where we have concentrations of law alumni such as Chicago, Houston, Florida, DC, NYC, Albany. For more information, email Kim Roeder at email@example.com
- Service as a moot court judge — The next best thing to live litigation, help a student gain practical training with the benefit of your experienced judgement.
- For more information, please contact Myra Orlen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- First Year Law Student Mentor Program - Provide guidance and mentoring to incoming first year law students as they adjust to the rigors of the work.
- For more information, contact Sam Charron at email@example.com or 413-782-1769.
Perspectives, Law School Digest. Lex Brevis
The School of Law publishes Perspectives and the Law School Digest each twice per year. If you are a graduate who is not currently receiving these publications, but would like to, please be in touch with the Office of Alumni Relations to confirm your address. Previous issues of Perspectives are available to read electronically by clicking here. Past editions of the Law Digest are available here.
If you’d like to know what is going on in the Law School now, check out the student newspaper, Lex Brevis, by clicking here.