From your training at University of Arizona Law, you have gone on to secure rights for vulnerable communities; help individuals, businesses and communities prosper; and change the lives of innumerable people for the better.
Arizona Law alumni (7,000 and counting) take great pride in their alma mater.
Every year, hundreds of them are involved in activities that directly benefit students and the wider Arizona Law community. They return to the college for social events, stay connected with the intellectual life of the college and respond when we call on them for help. They answer our call because they value the education they received and because they enjoyed being part of our close and collegial community.
Though some alumni remain in Arizona or the Southwest, many others establish themselves in cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, New York, Las Vegas and Washington, D.C. With the growth of our international programs, loyal Arizona Law grads work on six continents and in more than 25 countries.
Alumni assist students and new graduates in finding employment, mentor alumni who are new to the area, and welcome contact from students and recent graduates.
“I think the most amazing thing about the Arizona Law community is the participation of alumni and others who truly treasure the school and want to nurture its students.”
–Breeze Potter (’17)
The Arizona Law network is one of the most valuable benefits of your degree. Stay connected to fellow Arizona Law alumni, upcoming events and the latest news through the alumni directory.
Law College Association
The Law College Association (LCA) is a non-profit organization that functions as an alumni association as well as a fundraising organization for Arizona Law. The LCA has been a strong supporter of student-centered initiatives such as increasing scholarship dollars and strengthening program resources, as well as funding events that encourage alumni engagement.
Support Arizona Law
Your generosity ensures we are able to train the next generation of leaders and lawyers to continue the crucial work that you have started. Give to Arizona Law, and help us shape the next century of legal education.