UBalt Law Alumni Board
The Alumni Board is the advisory body of the UBalt Law Alumni Association and is an important part of the UBalt Law community to engage alumni in the life of the law school. The Board, along with the Law Alumni Engagement Director, establish and implement the alumni relations program.
Board members are elected by the law alumni community and serve a two-year term and may be nominated and elected for a maximum of three terms. Board members serve on a minimum of one committee and attend both board and committee meetings on a regular basis. Board meetings occur four times per year.
Interested in joining the UBalt Law Alumni Board? Complete the alumni involvement form.
About the UBalt Law Alumni Board
The UBalt Law Alumni Association Board serves as an advisory body to the School of Law and the Office of Law Alumni Engagement. The Board includes members of the law alumni community who have made a commitment to advance the mission of the law school and who will work to engage alumni in support of their alma mater. The Board advises the Office of Law Alumni Engagement on initiatives and activities designed to strengthen relationships with law alumni and encourage active involvement with the law school through events, volunteerism, and philanthropy.
The Board exists to:
- Encourage and maintain relationships between alumni and the School of Law.
- Advise School of Law offices and departments on the needs and concerns of alumni
- Make recommendations and support programs that serve alumni
- Implement alumni programming that provides social and professional growth opportunities
- Promote, recognize, and cultivate leadership while encouraging alumni to support the School of Law both financially and through volunteer activities
Responsibilities and Duties
Board Member Expectations
Responsibilities of UBalt Law Alumni Board members include:
- Financial Contribution – Board members actively participate in strategies to secure philanthropic support for the School of Law and are required to make a personal best gift annually.
- Meetings – Board members attend regularly scheduled annual board meetings and committee meetings.
- Participation – Board members maintain a strong connection to the School of Law. This includes being present at School of Law events and participating in volunteer and philanthropic programs.
- Outreach to Alumni – Board members extend the reach of law school communication efforts by actively sharing information with their fellow alumni and encouraging their engagement and annual participation.
- Representative of the School of Law – Board members serve as advocates for the School of Law and as such, must appropriately act in a professional manner at all related functions and events.
- Committee Representation – Board members sit on at least one committee and actively assist the committee in meeting its goals.
How to Join