SANTA CLARA LAW REUNION WEEKEND
SEPTEMBER 8 - 9, 2012
Coming back is just the beginning!
Left to right: Jeff Rich ’92, ’96L; Mac McInerny ’96; Elizabeth Yee ’96; Jennifer (Leal) Gowen ’96; Julie Rankine ’96; Michael Rossi ’96; Brooke Malody Kernick ’96; and Kia Sullivan ’96
Santa Clara Law School warmly welcomes all law alumni and friends back to campus for an engaging weekend with good friends, good food, and great fun!
Why? Every graduate of Santa Clara Law is a member of this outstanding community, a treasured part of the past, an important participant in the present, and a vital stakeholder in the future of this institution—your law school! To ensure we celebrate your time, then and now, Santa Clara Law invites you to be a part of a great tradition—Law Reunion Weekend.
Law Reunion Weekend offers a chance to reconnect with fellow classmates and faculty, golf, eat, enjoy CLE presentations, relax, network, eat some more, visit with faculty, taste some wine, reminisce, and eat again—all in the beautiful surroundings of this historic campus—a true jewel in Silicon Valley. By joining in on weekend activities, you demonstrate you value your experience here, encourage our current students through your participation, and demonstrate your pride. You influence the future lawyers of Santa Clara Law.
Your time is precious. It is critical that we offer a terrific line-up of events and activities to make it worth your while. We invite you to share your ideas to help us plan the perfect weekend. Contact us at email@example.com.
2012 LAW REUNION CLASSES
1962 | 1967 | 1972 | 1977 | 1982 | 1987 | 1992 | 1997 | 2002 | 2007 | 2012
From the experience of the past we derive instructive lessons for the future.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
Top: Left to right: Professor Kandis Scott, Jack Woodley ’06, Chuck Bachman ’86 and his wife Margaret; Middle left: SCU President Michael E. Engh, S.J.; Sal Liccardo ’56, ’61L; and Dean Donald J. Polden; Middle right: Kathy Simas; Alex Simas ’72, ’76L; and Christopher Taylor ’76; Bottom: Michael Briski ’61 and Tom Weisenburger ’61
Staying connected makes your law school even stronger today!
Your participation is key.
As in any great educational institution, alumni are the backbone of this law school. Without the support we have received from graduates from the 1920s, 1930s, or 1940s, we would not be the school we are today. By staying connected to your law school, you continue to make Santa Clara Law the premier law school of Silicon Valley. By interviewing, mentoring, donating, and volunteering, your engagement makes Santa Clara Law stronger and more valued by the potential applicants, the current students, excited graduates, and the entire alumni community. Alumni pride and participation are powerful assets!