Stanford Law Regional Alumni Communities serve as a tool to connect alumni with each other and with students and faculty from the law school. The communities provide opportunities for alumni to renew social ties, remain connected to the most current academic knowledge, and build professional networks.
Diverse Alumni Communities
The Diverse Alumni Communities were formed to bring together the Asian Pacific Island, First-Generation and Low-Income (FLI), Indigenous, Latino/a/x, LGBTQ+, and Women alumni of the law school both socially and professionally. These chapters create opportunities for networking and connections between current students and alumni. They promote the development of programs that will benefit the alumni community and support initiatives that advance legal education.
We welcome alumni involvement in these communities and encourage alums to contact the Office of Alumni Relations for additional information about upcoming programs.
“SLS is more than just a world-class legal education. It is a community where lifelong friendships are created. So it gives me great pleasure to serve as an alumni volunteer. I enjoy connecting with our passionate, diverse, and incredible alumni, and giving back to a place that has given so much to me. I hope to see you at a future alumni event!”
– Reuben Chen, JD ’03, SLS Executive Law Chapter Chair
“Before I decided to attend SLS, I spoke with alumni who raved not only about the education and the professors, but also about the strength of the community and friendships that last long past graduation. I’m grateful to be part of this diverse, vibrant alumni community and am glad to help keep us connected and in conversation with each other and the school.”
– Holley Horrell, JD ’12, SLS Executive Law Chapter Vice Chair