What does the Alumni Association do?
The Alumni Association provides Complimentary CLE Programs, Professional Networking Opportunities, and acts as a conduit to School Administration so that Alumni can participate as desired with the various departments and stakeholders in the school. Departments and stakeholders include: Current Students, Faculty, Admissions, Library, Center for Professional Development, and Office of the Dean (to name a few).
How does the Alumni Board of Directors function?
The Alumni Board works closely with the Alumni Relations staff to establish and achieve its Strategic Plan. Much of the work of Alumni Board takes place in standing and ad hoc committees.
Currently, the two standing committees are the Executive Committee and the Membership and Recognition Committee. The ad hoc committees are appointed by President and provide a myriad of opportunities to volunteer.
Arizona Summit Law School Alumni Association
The Association is an unincorporated association and is a part of the Arizona Summit Law School organizational structure organized by the authority of and under the auspices of the Board of Trustees of Arizona Summit Law School and subject to the oversight of the Dean of Arizona Summit Law School and the Board of Trustees.
All students who graduate from the Arizona Summit Law School or its predecessor, the Phoenix School of Law are eligible for membership in the Association. The Association operates in accordance with its ByLaws and is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board currently represents more than 750 Alumni.
How can I get involved?
The Board of Directors is currently seeking volunteers to serve on various committees. If you are interested in working on a committee, please contact Cody Hayes by E-mail or by phone at 602-373-8485.