Much of what we do at the Faculty of Law depends on our energetic and engaged alumni community. From mentoring students to officiating mooting competitions, there are many opportunities for our alumni to give back to the faculty through volunteering on behalf of our students and your fellow alumni.
As community and professional leaders with ties to our faculty, you are among our greatest assets, and we would love to hear from you. If you have ideas of ways you’d like to help our students and enhance our programming, please contact us.
Canadian Bar Association
UAlberta Law is a proud supporter of the Canadian Bar Association’s mentorship program, which has helped support innumerable students and young lawyers in their professional development. Our students benefit from the opportunity to meet with a mentor while completing their studies, learning more about their future career.
For more information on becoming a student mentor through the CBA, please contact the association's Alberta branch.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services of Edmonton (SLS) has long been a key training ground for innumerable Faculty of Law students. While not officially part of UAlberta Law, SLS is a crucial element of our experiential learning programming, which enables students to enhance their legal skills and apply them in real-life professional settings, while giving back to the community.
In operation since 1969, Student Legal Services of Edmonton is the largest student-run legal organization in Canada. SLS is a non-profit charitable organization which provides free legal services to low income individuals and non-profit organizations of Edmonton and surrounding area. Services are provided through four projects:
- Criminal Law
- Legal Education/Reform
- Civil and Family Law
- Pro Bono Students Canada
For further information about volunteering with Student Legal Services of Edmonton, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni & Friends of the Faculty of Law Association
The Alumni & Friends of the Faculty of Law Association actively supports the Faculty of Law, its alumni and its current students.
Upon graduation, all Faculty of Law graduates become members of the association. The Alumni & Friends of the Faculty of Law Association always welcomes and appreciates new volunteers, and is proud to count both alumni and non-alumni among its executive and committee members.
You can help support the efforts of the Alumni & Friends of the Faculty of Law Association by joining its executive or any of its committees.
For further information about volunteering with the association, please contact:
Events and Alumni Relations Coordinator
Competitive Moot Program
Feeling nostalgic for your student days at the Faculty of Law? If so, our competitive moot program is always looking for coaches and judges. As a moot coach, you will have the opportunity to work directly with students and enrich their mooting experience while helping them hone their courtroom skills.
For more information about becoming a mooting coach or judge, please contact: