School of Law

Welcome to the Office of Alumni Relations!

At the Office of Alumni Relations, we are the link among alumni, students, faculty, staff, other members of the Hamline University School of Law family, and the Twin Cities legal community. We foster and encourage these relationships by organizing class reunions and regional receptions, publishing our online alumni magazine The Advocate, keeping alumni connected through a monthly e-newsletter, holding an annual golf tournament, maintaining a database of current information on alumni, planning our annual CLE symposia, and facilitating relationships between our alumni and our current students.


Calling all lawyers, near and far to join HUSLink!

HUSLink was designed to make networking and mentoring available in a flexible, timely, and customized manner. Mentors choose the types of experiences they would be comfortable and qualified to offer or discuss with protégés. Protégés may search and contact these different mentors, depending on circumstances and needs. The HUSLink program is also flexible in terms of format; following initial contact via email, it allows mentors and protégés to determine how to best proceed.


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Follow us on Twitter at @hamlinelaw, become a fan on Facebook or join us on LinkedIn.

There are several affinity groups on LinkedIn, feel free to sign up for any of these or suggest a new one:

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Tax Moot Court Team
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Law Alumni Spotlight

Since February 2012, alum Sean Pratt JD ’11 has served as foreign counsel in the Shanghai branch of the Global Law Office He was admitted to practice in New York in 2011 and Minnesota in 2012. In addition to speaking, reading, and writing Mandarin Chinese, Sean has a master’s degree in Chinese language and literature from the University of Minnesota and did research in Tianjin, China, during 2000-2001.
It wasn’t too long after Carrie Bakken JD ’98 received her law degree, that she tried something completely different and never looked back. In 2001, Carrie and a group of teachers founded the Avalon School, a Saint Paul charter school that is teacher-led and where students learn through self-directed, project-based study.
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Alumni Relations
Jane L. Prince
Law Alumni Relations Director
jprince01@hamline.edu
651-523-2338

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Law Events

Tuesday, January 27, 2015 to
Friday, February 27, 2015

Friday, January 23, 2015

CLE On-Demand: McGee Civil Rights Moot Court CLE
These three one-hour pre-recorded CLEs* are presented to prepare volunteer judges for the William McGee National Moot Court Competition to be hosted by Hamline Law at the Hamline University Minneapolis campus in February.

This CLE is available on-demand to both alumni and non-alumni at a cost of $30.

This CLE is FREE for lawyers who volunteer to serve as judges for the William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition to be held at the Hamline University Minneapolis Campus on February 19, 20 and 21. To volunteer and for free registration to this CLE event, contact Deb Lange at dlange@hamline.edu.

(3) standard CLE credits are being sought.

*This pre-recorded CLE is pending approval as an "on-demand" course under the Rules of the Minnesota Board of Continuing Education, Event Code 200940.

Within 24 hours of our receipt of your online registration, we will email the weblink and the course materials directly to you to watch at your convenience.

We will maintain a list of all registrants for attendance purposes, as required by the Minnesota Board.  If you share this link with others who have not registered with Hamline Law, we will not be able to confirm your participation.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Civil Gideon and The Justice Gap CLE

Hamline Law Chapter American Constitution Society and Minnesota State Bar Association CLE: Civil Gideon and The Justice Gap

The Supreme Court established the right to counsel in criminal cases in Gideon v. Wainwright. However, need for representation is not limited to criminal matters and the need for counsel outweighs those who can provide it, creating the justice gap, with very real consequences in the lives of many people.

Law Midwinter Reception
The Law Midwinter Reception is set for January 29, 2015, 5–7:30 p.m., hosted by Robins Kaplan LLP. Reserve your space today!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Racial Disparities in Juvenile Adjudication CLE
Maroon speaker icon. This icon indicates that the presentation is available by webcast.Racial disparities in juvenile adjudication is an issue in Minnesota and nationwide. This presentation discusses the racial disparities which have been reported in Minnesota juvenile adjudications. It is based upon data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. This presentation also explores people’s individual interpretations of what race and ethnicity mean. This session seeks one Elimination of Bias CLE Credit.

Monday, February 16, 2015

David Cobin Memorial Lecture: Erwin Chemerinsky

David Cobin Memorial Lecture
A distinguished lecture hosted by the Hamline University School of Law featuring
Erwin Chemerinsky: The Case Against the Supreme Court

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Arizona Alumni Gathering - Tucson

The Associations of Hamline Alumni invite you to join other alumni and friends for lunch and conversation at our Arizona Alumni Gathering in Tucson on February 26, 2015.

Dr. Linda Hanson will share reflections on her ten years as President, and look forward to what lies ahead for the University.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Arizona Alumni Gathering - Scottsdale

The Associations of Hamline Alumni invite you to join other alumni and friends for lunch and conversation at our Arizona Alumni Gathering in Scottsdale on February 27.

Dr. Linda Hanson will share reflections on her ten years as President, and look forward to what lies ahead for the University.

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