UF Law Alumni – A Proud Tradition
The accomplishments, involvement and support of alumni have helped distinguish UF’s law school as one of the best in the nation. More than 21,000 alumni have graduated since the college’s founding in 1909, representing UF throughout Florida, the nation, and more than 30 countries worldwide. Among them are more ABA presidents than those from any other law school in the past 30 years, including President Stephen N. Zack (JD 71), 2000-01 President Martha Barnett, dozens of state and federal judges, state and federal legislators, Florida governors, and nationally prominent lawyers, business executives and academics.
While most UF law alumni practice with law firms throughout Florida and the nation, many also serve as counsel to government agencies, corporations, and a wide array of public service organizations.
Alumni play a key role in the provision of quality and affordable legal education at UF. Several hundred alumni serve on the Law Alumni Council and Law Center Association Board of Trustees, serving in an advisory capacity and providing leadership in fund-raising. To help alumni stay connected to the law school and each other, the college hosts alumni receptions throughout the year in various cities in Florida, and publishes UF LAW magazine, UF Law alumni eNews, and FlaLaw weekly newsletter. You also can subscribe to the law school’s electronic newsletter by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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