Congratulations! You made it! We are extremely proud of you for reaching this moment, especially during this unprecedented time.
You are invited!
Because you have participated in a High Tech Law Institute affiliated program, student organization, certificate or degree program – you are invited to attend the High Tech Law Institute’s graduation brunch ceremony on Friday, May 21st at 11:00am.
Unfortunately we won’t be able to host an in-person brunch this year, but we still want to celebrate your accomplishments, highlight all the activities you’ve participated in, honor our certificate and degree earners, and bring our high tech law community together one last time before you leave us.
Please see the following Zoom invite details for the ceremony:
When: May 21, 2021 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing your zoom link to join the meeting.
You are welcome to invite family, friends, and other guests by sharing the Zoom registration!
Post photos, write about your law school memories, recognize your classmates and professors, and win a prize!
To help create a memorable ceremony for everyone, please post photos, videos, gifs, and/or messages to our 2021 HTLI Graduation Kudoboard which will be highlighted during our program. Some fun ideas include posting a photo/video of yourself during a memorable moment during law school or the earliest photo you have of yourself with technology. Be creative, post more than once, and help us remember, re-live and celebrate your law school experience! We will select three submitted entries and each submitter will receive a diploma frame from the SCU Bookstore (a $145 value)! Winners will be selected by our HTLI staff and acknowledged during the event.
If you have any questions, please contact Dorice McDonnell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to celebrating with all of you!
The High Tech Law Institute
Prof. Laura Norris
Prof. Brian Love
Prof. Colleen Chien
Prof. Eric Goldman
Prof. Tyler Ochoa
Prof. Cathy Sandoval
Prof. Al Hammond