Advancement: News and Notes from the Alumni Center

  • Outpouring of California Love for Big Give

    Small actions that support Berkeley Law make a big impact on the school and the world around us. This concept stood at the heart of “The Berkeley Effect,” the theme of UC Berkeley’s annual Big Give.

  • Berkeley Seed Flowers Back Home in Indonesia

    While studying for his LL.M. degree, Todung Mulya Lubis ’78 took an International Human Rights Law class with Professor Frank Newman. The course changed the direction of his career—and his country.

  • Partners in Leadership Campaign Spreads Its Wings

    The annual fundraising drive supports vital school programs. But participants also relish the rewarding byproduct of connecting with fellow alums.

  • Berkeley in a BLINK

    Just launched, B-LINK is a social hub and networking destination for graduates across generations and geography.

  • A Truly Global Community

    With graduates living and working in 103 countries, and faculty and students contributing to international scholarship and service, Berkeley Law is making a big imprint on the global legal profession.

  • Revving Up for Reunion

    it’s time to start planning a return to Berkeley for Boalt Hall’s Alumni Reunion Weekend 2017, scheduled for October 6-7.

  • Newcomers Add Fresh Ingredients

    New members of the Boalt Hall Alumni Association board of directors Karen Boyd ’96 and Paul Clark ’80 are eager to help the law school navigate the terrain ahead.

  • Sacramento’s Challenge of Redefining Federalism

    California Senator Henry Stern ’09 questions whether the federal government will attempt to preempt states’ rights, as California moves a progressive agenda forward.