Alumni Association Board of Governors Portal
The specific purpose of the Alumni Association Board of Governors is to provide a means of furthering the goals of Hastings, including the advancement of legal education and the provision of assistance to Hastings, its students, faculty, and alumni.
Alumni Association Board of Governors Committees
Barbra Diallo ’06 & Diana B. Kruze ’06
Efforts may include soliciting feedback from employers to improve job placement services offered to students, advertising Hastings job placement programs, encouraging employers to participate in UC Law SF recruiting events and programs, and assisting students in preparing for job interviews and networking opportunities.
Kimberly Culp ’05 & Judge Leslie C. Nichols ’66 (Ret.)
Responsibilities may include promoting mentoring programs for students, identifying alumni advisors for student organizations and making appropriate introductions, and generally establishing and fostering student/alumni connections, including through 6 at 6 dinners.
Barbi Appelquist ’04, Kelly Woodruff ’92, and Patricia O’Prey ’96.
Efforts may include planning events, assisting with regional chapters, creating UC Law SF merchandise, and other activities that promote alumni engagement at UC Law SF.
Carol Leslie Hamilton ’76 & Danielle Bogaards ’16.
Efforts may include assisting UC Law SF with fundraising, both from the Board as well as those outside the Board (“friendraising”).
Eduardo Angeles ’90 & Teri Nguyen ’90
The mission of the Nominating Committee is to help identify, select and lead the charge in adding new Governors to the Board.
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There are several parking garages nearby, including the UC Law SF parking garage at 376 Larkin St, San Francisco.
The campus is easily accessible by Bart. Exit at Civic Center station, towards UN Plaza. Here is a map to guide you to our building from UN Plaza.
You may enter campus at 333 Golden Gate Ave or 200 McAllister Street.
Please know that you will be asked to show identification, COVID vaccination card, and complete our visitor form to security upon your arrival (show a completed form from a phone or paper a version will be available at the entrance).
The 6@6 is a student/alumni networking program that matches around six students with an alumnus for a career exploration and social event, usually at 6pm. We have a mix of IN PERSON and VIRTUAL events this year. In the past, Alumni have hosted a range of events, including happy hours, dinners, outdoor get togethers, and more. Alumni simply need to fill out the information collection form and a member of the Associate Students’ Professional Development Committee will reach out to you to schedule a date and assist with any logistics. Contribute your time today to Hastings Students by offering your career expertise and knowledge by filling out the information form.
The following are areas of interest that are underrepresented at 6@6 events. Please note that the areas not reflected on here have been fully supplied by UC Law SF Alumni!
Gift or pledge by fax or mail
Mail your check to:
UC Law SF College of the Law
PO Box 39000
San Francisco, CA 94139-0001
Fax: (415) 581-8844
Gifts of Securities, Stocks, and Bonds
Appreciated securities, stocks, and bonds are much appreciated by the law school, and they provide a wonderful tax advantage if transferred before being sold. Consult your tax advisor for guidance on making a gift. Instructions on transferring stock are available here.
If you prefer to make your contribution by wire transfer, please use the information below or contact us for assistance.
Account Name: UC Law SF College of the Law
Account Number: 4050-011188
Bank Name: Wells Fargo Bank
Bank’s ABA Routing Number: 121000248
Bank’s Address: 420 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
Include the law school as a beneficiary of your estate.
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs that match charitable contributions made by their employees. If you or your spouse work for one of the more than 22,000 companies that encourage and support employee philanthropy through matching gift programs, you could double or even triple the amount of your donation!
Events at UC Law SF
Join the RICE Center for a roundtable discussion about the importance of citizenship and opportunities to volunteer for pro bono workshops in the Bay Area. Lunch will be provided. […]
First general body meeting of the year for the organization. Welcome new and past members, introduce our board, explain the organization and upcoming events and opportunities to get involved.
Since 2020, significant attention has centered on the persistence of racialized disparities in health and healthcare. Building synergies across local and national efforts, this panel will explore arguments for the […]
Public access to government information is indispensable for any effort of democratic control to hold the government accountable for its policies and actions. However, However, no law required government […]
UC Law SF Rankings & Data
- Students of color make up 50% of students in the class of 2024.
- UC Law SF Class of 2020 has an 87% Bar passage rate.
- 86% of 2020 grads were employed in bar admission or JD Advantage positions.
- UC Law SF provides more professionals to the San Francisco legal market than any other law school in the area.
- As of 2020 UC Law SF is ranked among the top 50 law schools in the country.
- UC Law SF received 4,415 applications this year for the JD Class of 2024. Our application volume was up 35% over last year, and this year’s pool was the highest since 2012.
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* Please keep in mind that this material will be updated as soon as we obtain access to the full procedure. This will involve providing you all with the ability to book rooms for both public and private events. We are working closely with other staff at UC Law SF to bring this project to life.
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