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Join the Penn Law Alumni Volunteer Network

Penn Law School, her prospective and current students and graduates need alumni volunteers for a range of programs and efforts. Opportunities range from helping to lead regional alumni clubs to serving as a class agent to participating on Career Planning panels and more.

We invite your support through the Alumni Volunteer Network and seek your assistance in the following areas:

  • Alumni Relations
  • Career Planning and Professionalism
  • Graduate & International Programs
  • Moot Court Activities
  • Toll Public Interest Center Pro Bono Program

Please complete the form below to join the Alumni Volunteer Network. If you volunteered in a previous year, please RESPOND AGAIN so we are certain to have your most current address and contact information in our database. Since there are updated volunteer opportunities this year, you can also change or add volunteer choices.

Thank You!

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Contact Information
Name
* First:
Middle:
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* Law Class Year (YY):
* Email:
 
*Address (Home address if no business address)
Address Type:
Business Name:
Address 1:
Address 2:
City, State, Postal Code: ,
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Preferences
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Employment Area

Area of specialty in legal employment, or description of non-law employment:

ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE ADMIRALITY
ALTERNATIVE CAREERS ANTITRUST APPELLATE
ARBITRATION AVIATION BANKRUPTCY
BIOTECHNOLOGY BUSINESS CIVIL RIGHTS
CLERKSHIPS COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL LITIGATION
COMMUNICATIONS COMPLIANCE CONSTRUCTION
CORPORATE LAW CORPORATE/FINANCE CRIMINAL/DEFENSE
CRIMINAL/PROSECUTION DISABILITIES DISPUTE RESOLUTION
DOMESTIC RELATIONS EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT
ENERGY ENTERTAINMENT AND ARTS ENVIRONMENTAL
ERISA, BENEFITS FAMILY AND DOMESTIC LAW FINANCE
FOOD AND DRUG GENERAL PRACTICE GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS HEALTH IMMIGRATION/NATIONALIZATION
IMPACT LITIGATION IN-HOUSE COUNSEL INSURANCE
INTELLECTUAL- PROPERTY INTERNATIONAL LAW INVESTMENT BANKING
LABOR/MANAGEMENT LEGISLATIVE POLICY MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
MEDIA MEDIATION MERGERS/AQUISITIONS
MILITARY LAW NON-PRACTICE LAW OMBUDSMAN
PATENTS PERSONAL INJURY PUBLIC INTEREST
REAL ESTATE REGULATORY RISK MANAGEMENT
SECURITIES TAXATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS
TRADEMARK TRANSACTIONAL LAW TRUST AND ESTATES
VENTURE CAPTIAL WHITE COLLAR CRIME ZONING


Volunteer Opportunities
Alumni Relations
Participate in club leadership and events in your region.
Join your Reunion Committee and encourage your classmates' attendance and participation in your upcoming reunion weekend celebration.
Serve as a Penn Law representative at your firm and encourage alumni support that raises your firm's profile among students and alumni.
Serve as the Class Agent to encourage classmates to stay connected to, involved in and supportive of Penn Law School.
 
Career Planning and Professionalism
  Speak with current Penn Law students and recent graduates about your:
employment area*     geographic area    

* This includes any employment area checked on the list above including clerkships and alternative careers.

  If you have volunteered to speak to current students about your clerkship, please complete questions below:
 
Name of judge:
Court:
Term:
Participate in Career Planning panels and programs
 
Graduate & International Programs
Serve as a mentor for a LL.M. student
Serve as a contact person for admitted and prospective LL.M. students
Host a student as a summer intern in your firm overseas through the Penn Law International Internship Program; for more information click here
 
Mooting Activities
Serve as mooting judge for the 2L Keedy Cup moot court competition (March and early April)
Serve as mooting judge for final appellate arguments for the 1L legal writing course (early April)
 
Toll Public Interest Center Pro Bono Program
Serve as a placement for the Public Interest Center to assist students in reaching their pro bono hour requirement while gaining valuable experience and easing your workload (typical expectation for students is 35 hours an academic year).
Serve as a supervising attorney and/or resource for students working in one of our student pro bono projects (in areas ranging from environmental law to reproductive rights).
Speak at public interest events and/or participate in small brown bag lunches or coffee hours with our Public Interest Mentoring Initiative.
 
The Penn Law Center on Professionalism
Assist the Center on Professionalism, which seeks to give students the professional skill set that is a necessary adjunct to their legal education, by attending the annual networking reception on Professionalism Day.