King Hall Young Alumni Association Holds Successful Regional Launches
Following up on highly successful events in Orange County and Los Angeles, the King Hall Young Alumni Association held a well-attended regional launch party in San Francisco on October 23 and is set to host a Sacramento regional launch event on November 7. Founded earlier this year by a volunteer committee of alumni in Southern California, the group's core purpose is to bolster professional networks among recent King Hall graduates by hosting regular events for young alumni.
The Young Alumni Association's inaugural event, held in Los Angeles in July, drew over five dozen alumni spanning nearly all 15 years of the young alumni base - almost surely the largest King Hall alumni gathering to date in Southern California.
"We were thrilled with the turn-out and the energy at our very first event. It meant we were onto something that people wanted, and it motivated us to keep going," said Jeff Osofsky '09, an associate at Munger Tolles & Olsen, who helped to organize the event.
The Young Alumni Association is run by a 41-member board comprised of alumni from various class years and representing different employers and industries. The board members hope to create the strongest community possible among King Hall's more than 3,000 young alumni. Goals include the fostering of mentorship relationships between experienced and recent alumni, supporting King Hall's recruitment, outreach, and job placement efforts, and enhancing the visibility of the Law School in each chapter's geographic region.
All graduates of King Hall within the last 15 years (currently from 1998 forward) are encouraged to join. There are no dues. To register as a Young Alumnus or to RSVP for the upcoming Sacramento event, please follow the links below.
King Hall Young Alumni Association Registration
King Hall Young Alumni Association Regional Launch: Sacramento, November 7