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Event Title:  BC Law Alumni Volunteer Opportunities-Online Sign up
Description:   Volunteer for BC Law Admissions, Career Services, Chapter Events, Programs and Initiatives.

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Mentoring Program


The 1L Mentor Program matches first-year students with alumni volunteers in the city where they want to practice and in the practice area they are considering. Alumni partners serve as informal advisors between their first and second year summers, and are available to answer questions that students may have about law school and the practice of law. Students may seek advice on course selections, career development, summer work ideas or any other areas of concern that arise.
Reunion Committee

Our Reunion effort has grown exponentially in the last few years, now including a full weekend of events in the Fall and a significant fundraising component. Each year, ten classes celebrate a Reunion, and all this could not be accomplished without the help of the alumni volunteers on our Reunion Committees. Reunion Committees are formed the year before the Reunion events (for example, classes ending with 6 and 1 are now forming committees to plan their Reunion on October 21-22, 2011). 1-2 hours per month.

Volunteer in your local Chapter


Our regional Alumni Chapters are stronger than ever, planning both social and substantive events and initiatives. To see what is going on in your local chapter click here: Alumni Chapters

Judge the Oral Advocacy Competitions



Our students organize and participate in four in-house advocacy competitions: Negotiations (early fall), Mock Trial (late fall), Client Counseling (late winter) and Moot Court (spring). Alumni are needed to judge these competitions. Their practical perspective is invaluable to students as they transition from the theoretical world of casebooks and classrooms to real world practice.

Admissions Volunteer


Contact an Admitted Student coming from your geographical area. Alumni answer questions and share experiences with admitted applicants. A conversation with an alumna/us (particularly one in their geographic area), can make a difference in a student's decision to attend BC Law. This outreach generally takes place from January thru March.
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