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Volunteer Opportunities

When you graduate from Penn Law, your relationship with the School does NOT suddenly disappear. In fact, in many cases it deepens, often through volunteering, a rewarding way to keep this relationship vital and vibrant.

Check out our Volunteer Alumni Network, fill in your information and how you’d like to help, ask us about other avenues listed here, and continue with the Penn Law tradition of giving back.  

If you have questions about any of the opportunities listed on this page, please contact Corey Ellen Fulton (unless otherwise noted) at 215.898.0672 or via email at cefulton@law.upenn.edu

Learn more about volunteering:

  • Reunion Class Committee Members: Each five-year reunion class has a committee which helps organize reunion events and raise a class gift in honor of the milestone.  For more info, please contact Laura Tepper at 215.898.5653 or via email at ltepper@law.upenn.edu.

  • Class Agents: Class agents, elected at graduation each year, serve as liaisons between the class and the Law School.  For more info, please contact Anne Koellhoffer at 215.746.0341 or via email at akoel@law.upenn.edu.

  • Alumni Club Leaders: Club leaders in the 34 regional and affinity clubs help select and plan events in their city; club representatives may also serve on the Law Alumni Society Board of Managers.

  • Firm Solicitors: Alumni at law firms throughout the U.S. coordinate activities and fundraising among fellow graduates at the firm.  For more info, please contact Anne Koellhoffer at 215.746.0341 or via email at akoel@law.upenn.edu.

  • LLM Mentors: These local alumni help ease the transition to Philadelphia and Law School life for 95+ students from more than 45 countries.

  • International Internship Program: Host a student as a summer intern in one of your firm’s overseas offices.

  • Toll Public Interest Center Volunteers: As supervising attorneys/resources, these alumni help students working in one of our student pro bono areas.

  • Judging: Help our students hone their skills by being a judge for the Keedy Cup moot court competition or the Legal Writing Course for first-year students.

Silverman Hall Entrance from 34th Street.

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