Ways to Engage

Your willingness to engage with the law school throughout your life offers many unique opportunities to make profound, positive impacts on both you and UNT Dallas College of Law. Individuals really do make a difference to our students and to our law school.

There are many important ways you can contribute, whether you are an alumni or a friend, a student’s family member or supporter, or someone interested in the mission and goals of UNT Dallas College of Law.

Register as an Alumni or Friend

If you are a graduate or former student (both are alumni), a long-time supporter, or a new friend interested in staying engaged through the  Alumni & Friends organization, please create or update your profile online.

Student Recruiters

Help the law school by attending recruiting events and sharing your unique experiences with prospective UNT Dallas College of Law students. For more information, contact:

Qu’Wanua Q. Robinson
Admissions Specialist
214.752.5981

Advocates

On occasion, the College of Law may need your assistance in some capacity as an advocate. Please submit your contact information and update it when needed so we can reach you when needs arise.

Mentors

You understand the vital roles that hundreds of mentors have played in getting UNT Dallas College of Law and our students connected with members of the organized bar, the judiciary, and throughout the legal community. Help continue what our mentors have started, ALL who had no previous connection to the law school, by helping us launch and grow a robust network of new alumni mentors, and by recruiting your legal colleagues to the Judge Louis A. Bedford, Jr. Mentorship Program. To learn more, contact:

Ernie Higginbotham
Mentorship Program Facilitator
214.243.1773

Career Opportunities

UNT Dallas College of Law continually needs to secure new internships, externships, clerkships and other training opportunities for students. You can contribute to these ongoing efforts by connecting us with potential opportunities through your organization and your personal networks. To assist with creating these opportunities, contact:

Tracie Crosswhite
Career Services Program Coordinator
214.243.1771

Once students get through the rigors of law school, complete their experiential education, study for and successfully pass the bar exam, then they need permanent full-time employment opportunities. To hire College of Law graduates or experienced alumni, contact:

Tracie Crosswhite
Career Services Program Coordinator
214.243.1771

Donors

As a young law school, we have much work to do to keep tuition affordable while providing more scholarships, bar prep support, and other opportunities to our students. Please consider making an annual investment in the College of Law. No matter the amount, your financial commitment at any level will always be greatly appreciated. To learn more about donor giving opportunities, please visit our Giving page or contact:

Derrick P. Morgan
Director of Development and Alumni Relations
972.338.1845

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