Emory Law alumni give back with their time and money.
The volunteer opportunities below are just a few ways you can help Emory Law remain one of the top law schools in the country.
Atlanta Mentor Program
The Atlanta Mentor Program is a joint project of the offices of alumni relations and career services. Under the guidance of the Emory Law Alumni Association, the program matches first- and second-year students with alumni based on practice interests (where possible).
The program begins in October each year with a Meet Your Mentor Reception at Emory Law. During the academic year, students and mentors communicate via email, telephone, and by occasional personal visits. Recommended activities include lunches, visits to offices or court to observe legal activities, sporting events, etc. Students have the opportunity to get to know and learn from alumni, and alumni can keep up with activities at Emory Law and get to know some of our outstanding students.
The E*Mentor Program is similar to the Atlanta Mentor Program except mentors are located in cities outside of metro Atlanta. Students will be matched with alumni mentors in geographic area of high interest to them. Although most communication will be done via email and phone, most students do meet their mentor at least once while visiting their cities.
New Student Recruiting
The vision of Emory Law School is to be a destination law school for the best students and professors, and to be a resource for our community and the world. We need your help to continue to fulfill our goals of matriculating academically outstanding students, maintaining Emory's stature as a leader in legal education. Learn more >>
Moot Court Society
The Emory Law Moot Court Society has a distinguished history of achievement in major inter-school Moot Court competitions. The Emory Law program, unlike most others, is entirely student-run and student-coached. Alumni volunteers are needed to help bench the teams to prepare them for competitions.
Kessler-Eidson Program in Trial Techniques
Each year, all members of the second year class participate in a rigorous training program that simulates the preparation for and actual art of trying a case before a judge and a jury. Alumni volunteers are critical to the success of the program. Each year, nearly 300 trial lawyers and judges help with the program.