To reconnect Alabama Law alums with each other and the School of Law, Dean Brewbaker is kicking off a new class chair program housed within the Alabama Law Alumni Society. The Society is seeking Class Co-chairs who will (1) facilitate communications between the Law School and their class (2) connect with class members to keep them updated and apprised of what each other is doing, and (3) help increase participation in the Alabama Law Alumni Society’s annual giving program.
Each Alumni Society Class Co-chair will serve as a liaison in communicating important messages from the Law School to fellow classmates. In this position, the Class Co-chair helps fellow alums know about upcoming events and shares important updates relating to the Law School and the Alumni Society.
Many of our strongest and most meaningful relationships began in law school. However, as life and careers move forward, it is easy to lose touch with old friends, classmates, and mentors. Alumni Society Class Co-chairs help to reconnect former class members with each other and the School of Law to strengthen relationships and build networking opportunities among Alabama Law alums.
Co-chairs will also assist the Alumni Society in increasing participation of their law school class in the Society’s annual giving campaign. Donations to the Alumni society help to provide scholarships for students, strengthen faculty recruiting and retention efforts, support students who are engaging in public interest works, sponsor alumni events, and meet a wide variety of other needs of the Law School. Co-chairs will be expected to make an annual contribution, but no set amount is required.
To become an Alabama Law Alumni Society Class Co-chair, or to learn more about the program, please contact Candice Robbins, Assistant Dean for Advancement: email@example.com.