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.

Law Alumni Association Scholarship

The Hamline Law Alumni Board is now applications for up to $10,000 in scholarship funds for the 2013-2014 academic year, from current 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4Ls enrolled in the School of Law. The specific amount of individual scholarships will depend on the number of scholarships awarded.  

The Alumni Board Selection Committee will consider the following criteria in making its recommendation: 1) service to the Hamline University School of Law, and 2) academic performance. 

 Download the application form.

Scholarship recipients will be notified before the Spring Law Alumni Golf Tournament on June 3, 2014.  

This scholarship was established by the Law Alumni Board on the occasion of Hamline Law's 25th Anniversary Gala in September 2000, with gifts from individuals, law firms, and other organizations. The proceeds of the Law Alumni Association Annual Golf Tournament held each year in early June help to grow this endowed scholarship fund each year.  

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.

Please join the Hamline Law community through social networks!

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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Employment Law
Moot Court
Tax Moot Court Team
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Chicago Area Alumni
Seattle Area Alumni
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Alternative Dispute Resolution 


Alumni Relations
Jane L. Prince
Law Alumni Relations Director

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Law Events

Sunday, December 21, 2014 to
Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Sunday, January 04, 2015

Washington DC Hamline Law Alumni Brunch

Hamline Law in Your Neck of the Woods:  Washington, D.C.

Register today to join Hamline Law Dean Jean Holloway and members of the Hamline Law faculty for a New Year's brunch on Sunday, January 4, 2015, 10:30 a.m. at Petits Plats Restaurant, 2653 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Thorny Issues in ERISA Litigation CLE
Maroon speaker icon, indicating this presentation is available via webcastThe presentation will explain what types of claims are covered by ERISA and discuss several thorny issues associated with an ERISA claim, including the requirement of exhaustion of administrative remedies and the need to develop the record before litigation, the standard of review in litigation, statute of limitations, preemption of state law claims, and the fiduciary exception to the attorney/client privilege.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Law Midwinter Reception
The Law Midwinter Reception is set for January 29, 2015, 5 to 7:30 p.m., hosted by Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.  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.

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