Advancement: News and Notes from the Alumni Center

  • Global Bear Print: Alumni Spread Influence Across The World

    Visiting Scholars Program Director Lauren Webb says international scholars are drawn to Berkeley Law’s expert faculty, especially in key global areas such as environmental law, intellectual property, and business law. 

  • Connecting His Community

    One major priority for Kuo: stimulating a more engaged alumni base in the Bay Area and beyond. A cornerstone of that effort is a new portal and database to facilitate networking, collaboration, and mentoring between alumni and students worldwide.

  • The Reciprocal Value Of ‘Partners In Leadership’

     My favorite part is talking to alumni about what’s going on at the school. There’s so much exciting stuff happening that alumni aren’t aware of. Once you give some examples, it’s eye-opening, and people enthusiastically get on board.

  • Citing Exceptional Work In Many Forms

    Steinbach, who joined EBCLC in 2001, has been a driving force in its ascension to Alameda County’s largest provider of free legal services. More than 100 Berkeley Law students work each year at the clinic, which serves thousands of clients.

  • Time for a Disruption in Law

    Returning to the practice of law after five years away, I’m less concerned by the changes I see than by those I don’t see. Rather than reducing the number of people who cannot access legal services, the situation has reached crisis level.

  • Recent Alumni Show Support For School’s New Era

    “It started with one alumna making a donation in professor Murray’s honor and using a Facebook badge to share it,” explains Sandberg. “When I saw that, I thought, ‘Yes, I have to do this, too.’ “

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