While an Illinois Law student, you experienced an in-depth, intensive, and innovative legal education from one of the country’s premier law schools. As a student, you likely did not realize the many ways alumni contributed to the College so that you, as a student, could have that educational experience.
Your Illinois Law degree has made a huge impact on your life. Now, as an alumnus, you can have a positive influence on the lives of current and future Illinois Law students.
Get involved through any of the iSupport initiatives: iHire, iRecruit, iGive, iMentor, iTeach, and iVolunteer. Learn more below.
As an alumnus, you know the caliber of student who graduates from Illinois Law. Hire Illinois Law graduates.
Help the College recruit new students by serving as an admitted student mentor or by networking with admitted students through phone calls or at receptions. Help with our recruiting efforts.
Gifts to our Annual Fund, endowed scholarships, professorships and chairs allow the College to allocate resources to important areas such as the Chicago Program, attracting high-caliber students, outreach and more. Make a gift to the College of Law.
Mentors allow Illinois Law students and recent graduates to have a resource in the legal community to whom they can turn for networking, questions, and advice. Reach out to our students through the Lawyer-to-Lawyer Mentoring Program, the Student Mentoring Program, and the Alumni Student Career Conference.
Several alumni give back to the College by sharing their expertise in a classroom setting, both in Urbana-Champaign and through our Chicago Program.
Various volunteer opportunities exist for alumni, whether serving on the Dean’s Advisory Board, Law Alumni Board, leading a Law Firm Challenge team, or being a guest speaker for one of our student organizations. Volunteer at Illinois Law.