ALUMNI WEEKEND IS SOLD-OUT. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING EVERYONE THIS WEEKEND!
Reunion weekend is September 27-29, 2013. Let’s reunite for our anniversary of graduation from Boalt to reminisce, catch up with each other, and share thoughts on the past and the future! This year's reunion classes are: 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008.
Click on these links to access the schedule of events and the registration form, or use the links in the blue nav bar to the right.
Class committees are forming now - if you will serve on your reunion committee, please contact Kirsten Strobel at 510/643-9949 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Be a part of your reunion class committee and take an active role in making this reunion great!
Thanks to the 2013 Reunion Chairs: Sam Cole '63, The Hon. Holly Fujie '78, and Steve Zieff '78.
A LETTER FROM DEAN EDLEY:
My first impression of our second century is that Boalt Hall is buzzing with energy and purpose.
Our inimitable community -- 16,000-plus alums spanning 74 countries and all 50 states -- drives this success. You're our ambassadors, reputation-enhancers, supporters, volunteers, and champions. Simply put, you are Boalt Hall.
That's why I hope to see you at Alumni Weekend -- because the stronger your engagement with Boalt, the stronger we are as a school. Two quick examples: Many courses in our surging Professional Skills Program are taught by alumni practitioners, and our trophy-hogging student advocacy teams are coached mainly by Boalt grads who give freely of their time and expertise.
This year's reunion is ripe with fun forums and enlightening events. We'll celebrate anniversaries for the East Bay Community Law Center and International Human Rights Law Clinic, discuss hot topics in law and technology, and assess our financial institutions five years after the economic crash. Also on tap: a walking tour of Boalt, the Jensen Public Service Award Luncheon, class dinners, and even a Giants game.
I encourage you to return to your alma mater, reconnect with classmates, and become an active stakeholder in Boalt's mission.
Christopher Edley, Jr.
The Honorable William H. Orrick, Jr. Distinguished Professor and Dean