There are also several benefits and resources that are available for School of Law alumni.  Several resource links are on the right navigation under "Resources."  Additional resources available for alumni are listed below.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at the Law School at or (651) 962-4863.

Audit Law School Classes

Are there electives you wish you had taken that never fit into your class schedule? Are there new classes offered at UST School of Law that were not available when you were a student? UST School of Law alumni can audit law school elective courses, free of charge, on a space available basis with faculty permission. Classes that are core requirements for LL.M. programs are not available for audit. For more information, please contact Jill Akervik, registrar, at or at (651) 962-4928.

Bar Examination Assistance

The School of Law is committed to a 100 percent bar exam pass rate for all its graduates. Both before and after graduation, the Office of Academic Achievement will provide one-to-one support for bar preparation. Bar preparation assistance is available to each graduate at any time during his or her professional career, and for any bar examination in the United States. For more information, please contact Scott Swanson, Director of Academic Achievement by e-mail or by telephone at (651) 962-4857.

Continuing Legal Education

Each year, the School of Law hosts forums at which national and local scholars, teachers, practitioners and judges present on wide variety of topics including the practice of law, the administration of justice, an exploration of our mission, and the professions. Many of these presentations qualify for continuing legal education credits, and many are offered at a significantly reduced rate or at no cost.  Alumni are always invited and are always welcome to attend.  Information about CLEs, as well as other events, is located on the law school's event page and is included in the monthly E-news sent to alumni.
Faculty Connections
Both new and veteran lawyers often seek the assistance and counsel of lawyers who excel in a specific legal niche. Each School of Law faculty member is committed to sharing knowledge related to his or her specialty with law school graduates. If you have a question or inquiry related to a specific area of the law, consider calling on an expert within the St. Thomas law community. For a complete list of faculty and specialty areas, visit the Faculty Directory.

Atrium, Classroom and Conference Space

The School of Law encourages alumni to consider its facilities when planning meetings, conferences and other professional gatherings. The building offers state-of-the-art technology, and catering services are available.  To request space for conferences, large events or use of the Schulze Grand Atrium, please contact Angela Dzik, Special Events Manager, by e-mail or by telephone at (651) 962-4873.

Communications and Publications

The Office of Communications and Alumni Relations Office for the School of Law play an important role in keeping alumni connected. The office provides excellent service, through print and electronic communications to law alumni.  As alumni you are eligible to receive publications that keep you in touch with the profession, your fellow alumni, and events at the University of St. Thomas.

Alumni e-Newsletter
All School of Law alumni receive a monthly electronic newsletter designed to keep graduates updated on School of Law events and recent developments. To receive these newsletters, send your current e-mail address to the Alumni Relations Office at  

School of Law Magazine:  St. Thomas Lawyer

In 2008, the School of Law published the first issue of its magazine, the St. Thomas Lawyer. The publications’ mission is to engage alumni and other constituents about people and programs of the School of Law, emphasizing the vitality of our mission, the excellence of our students, faculty and staff, the breadth and depth of our intellectual activity and the school’s enduring ties to the legal profession and judiciary.

Alumni are encouraged to submit ideas for stories, general information, write articles and provide suggestions and feedback for the St. Thomas Lawyer. Contact the director of communications, Helen Ebert, by email or by telephone at (651) 962-4888. If you would like to receive a copy of the magazine, send an e-mail to

St. Thomas Magazine 
As members of a broader UST alumni family, all School of Law graduates receive the award-winning St. Thomas magazine. This magazine, published three times a year, gives you insight to the entire St. Thomas community. 

Twice a year you will also receive Connections, the University's Alumni Association’s events and programs newsletter.

Lifetime Email Address

The University of St. Thomas School of Law provides graduates with a free, permanent and easy to remember email address. Alumni email allows law graduates to stay connected to each other and to the School of Law community. You can use your alumni email as your primary email account, or you can forward it to any other email address you own. 

Directions on forwarding your UST email are available here.