The benefits of an S.J. Quinney College of Law education do not end at graduation. Although classroom instruction, clinical experiences, and spontaneous discussions among fellow students are still the most important learning tools for future members of our profession, the College of Law offers alumni many valuable ways to enhance your legal career by keeping up with the latest legal developments and making new connections.
It’s easy and rewarding to engage with the college and your fellow alumni. I invite and encourage you to invest a few minutes in the following ways:
- Attend a College of Law event—either in person or online—to take advantage of cutting-edge CLE while making new acquaintances.
- Send an update about yourself to the “Class Notes” section of Res Gestae, and check out what your peers are up to and how they’re making a difference.
- Follow the College of Law on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn—and share an interesting post with your friends and colleagues.
- Join Forever Utah, which allows you to strengthen and enrich your connections to fellow alumni.
- “Give back” by working with other alumni to raise scholarship funds that support current and future students; and
- If you’re looking for a fantastic experience, plan to join the College of Law’s U.S. Supreme Court swearing-in ceremony on March 20, 2023, in Washington, D.C. In keeping with COL traditions for this event, you will have an amazing weekend including options for CLE, group dinners, a law-focused walking tour of D.C., concerts and plays, and plenty of free time to visit the monuments and museums. I encourage you to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity to be sworn into the Supreme Court Bar (if you’re eligible, of course) and enjoy an interesting and fun weekend in the nation’s capital.
Alex Dahl ‘93
President of the Board of Trustees
S.J. Quinney College of Law