The Law, Societies, and Justice Alumni Outreach Committee seeks to cultivate meaningful relationships between past and present scholars. Through social, intellectual, and service-based events, the Outreach Committee creates opportunities for program alumni to reconnect and share their knowledge and experience not only with fellow alumni but with future generations of LSJ graduates.
BA, Law, Societies & Justice and Political Science, 2011
BA, Law, Societies & Justice and Women Studies with a minor in Human Rights, 2009
BA, Law, Societies & Justice, 2010
BA, Law, Societies & Justice and Spanish, 2008
BA, Law, Societies & Justice and Political Science, 2007
BA, Law, Societies & Justice and Sociology, 2009
BA, Law, Societies & Justice with a minor in Human Rights, 2010
BA, Law, Societies & Justice with a minor in Anthropology and Human Rights, 2009
Undergraduate, Law, Societies & Justice and Political Science
What We Do
The Outreach Committee hosts three main events every year: a social mixer designed to foster relationships between LSJ alumni as well as to maintain their connection to the LSJ program; an intellectual event where past and present LSJ scholars can apply their academic and career-based experiences to current law and social justice-related issues; and a service event designed to bring students and alumni together as they create positive change in our community.
The Outreach Committee endeavors to provide current LSJ students with alumni guidance as they navigate their undergraduate careers and look ahead to life after graduation. Not only can students connect with alumni through the events mentioned above, but they have the opportunity to ask questions and build individual relationships with the LSJ alumni featured on our “Life as a LSJ Alum” page.
What You Can Do
The Outreach Committee is always looking for new members to assist with event planning and mentoring. If you would like to volunteer your time and talents, we would love for you to join us! Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to become a member of the Committee.