Alumni Relations

Alumni are critical to a vibrant Law School community.  The School will continue to offer resources to you through information technology, the library and the career development office.  In addition, Alumni are part of an exclusive community of peers, whose professional and personal accomplishments enrich the School community. 

The UCI School of Law Alumni Association

All graduates are members of the UCI School of Law Alumni Association.   The purpose of the Alumni Association is to promote the professional and social interests of the alumni of the University of California, Irvine School of Law. Those interests include advancing the cause of innovative legal education at the Law School, promoting the interests of access to justice, raising funds and/or assisting in the raising of funds for the Law School, and promoting and perpetuating good feelings and commonality of interest among the Law School’s alumni, students, faculty and friends.

Online Alumni Community and Directory

The resources for alumni are located in an online community designed just for graduates:

This community resource allows alumni to stay connected with UC Irvine School of Law and with each other, through a searchable directory of alumni.  The website is also a place to share photos, find volunteer opportunities, register for events, and much more!

To Access the Alumni Community:

  1. To get started, contact the Alumni Relations Office to obtain a Constituent ID.
  2. Go to and click on "Register Now!" in the upper right hand corner of your screen. Then, follow these easy steps:
    • Enter your last name and hit Submit.
    • Select your name from the list shown.
    • Enter your Constituent ID
    • At the login screen add in a password and your account will activate.  The Constituent ID number will not be needed for future logins.  Login is your last name and password.

Alumni Engagement

There are many ways to contribute to the life of the School.  Annually alumni are recruited to partner with faculty and staff on a range of activities that may include: student recruitment, career development, and moot court preparation.  

Each year Alumni Mentors help to welcome and guide each year’s 1L students.  Mentors play a key role in developing connections with students and supporting the success of each of our incoming classes. For more information on this year’s mentor program contact Alumni Relations.

Volunteer opportunities throughout the year are listed at

The Alumni Relations Office

Feel free to contact us with your questions or suggestions.

Mary Ann Soden
Director of Alumni Relations
(949) 824-9079