Welcome to Thomas Jefferson School of Law Alumni Community

Sabrina Green '02, Brandon Leopoldus '10 and Lacy J Lodes '08
Sabrina Green '02, Brandon Leopoldus '10 and Lacy J Lodes '08

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This free and password protected Alumni Community allows you to:

  • Reconnect with old classmates.
  • Stay connected with friends.
  • Access the alumni network and alumni profiles.
  • Register for events, including continuing legal education opportunities.
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Inaugural Alumni Weekend
October 10 & 11, 2014

 

Join fellow classmates, friends and colleagues at the Inaugural Thomas Jefferson School of Law Alumni Weekend - celebrating our Western State University College of Law and Thomas Jefferson School of Law Alumni.

 

More details to follow - Registration coming soon

 



  • Alumni News

    • September 12, 2014

      Vik Monder ‘11 is a first generation born American whom has always understood the value in excelling scholastically. His father quickly taught him that going to college and obtaining a degree is the best way to succeed and reach the American Dream.

      Monder attended the University of San Diego with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and quickly thereafter pursued a law d...

    • September 11, 2014

      Military spouse attorneys face unique barriers to career growth. At the same time, their status as military spouses offers special opportunities to serve the community and to benefit from a worldwide network of supportive mentors. On Friday, October 17, TJSL will welcome to campus the Military Spouse JD Network’s annual “Making the Right Moves” Conference, which concerns caree...

    • September 10, 2014

      Amy Louttit '13, a South Carolina native, came to California fourteen years ago at the age of seventeen to “build a better life for herself.” At the end of September, she will relocate to the nation’s capital to help build a better future for others. “National Network for Youth (NN4Y) is the nation’s leading organization advocating at the federal level to educate t...