Alumni Events Calendar
Upcoming Events, Meetings and Programs in 2015
|Tues., April 14||
Mentorship Program - CLE and Reception
As a thank you to both mentors and mentees, the LAB's Mentorship and Professional Development Committee is hosting a complimentary CLE and Reception for program participants. Jeanne Marie Clavere '87, professional responsibility counsel for the Washington State Bar Association, will present. (1.0 Ethics credit)
|Thurs., April 16||
A short program will feature Dean Annette Clark '89 and Chief Editor James Graves.
|Fri., April 17||
38th Anniversary Law Review Alumni Dinner
Dean Annette Clark '89 and the SU Law Review cordially invite alumni to the 38th Anniversary Law Review Alumni Dinner. Forthcoming invitations contain additional event details.
|Wed., April 22||
Sidebar Happy Hour - Tacoma
Please join Dean Annette Clark '89, Professor John Strait, and Professor Laurel Oates '78, along with Judge Gretchen Leanderson '87, Judge Frank Cuthbertson '93, and Judge Helen Whitener '98, in celebrating our South Sound alumni community. We hope to see you there!
|Fri., April 24||
CLE: U.S. Supreme Court Review: A Focus on Criminal Cases
The Federal Bar Association of the Western District of Washington and Seattle University School of Law are pleased to present a free CLE featuring SU Law professors Andrew Siegel and Deborah Ahrens. Photo I.D. is required to enter the courthouse. Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m.; please allow time to pass through security.
|Fri., April 24||
SJSJ Annual Alumni Banquet
The Seattle Journal for Social Justice cordially invites alumni to the 13th Anniversary Celebration Dinner. The evening's Keynote is Lisa Daugaard, interim deputy director of King County Department of Public Defense, who also serves as policy director for the Racial Disparity Project and co-chair of the Seattle Community Poilce Commission.
|Sat., May 16||
Details for the May 2015 graduation ceremony are available here.
|Mon., October 5||
Red Mass and Red Mass Reception
More information will be provided later in the summer.
Our alumni communities gather in many cities across the country including Anchorage, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York City, San Francisco, Tacoma, and Washington, D.C. Regional events provide an opportunity for alumni to develop and strengthen connections with their alumni colleagues and to welcome prospective and incoming students to the law school community. Are you interested in hosting an event in your area? Contact the Office of Advancement for more information.