Visit the Career Center’s For Alumni page for more information about career services available to alumni.
e>Community Law School Alumni Directory
The Law School’s e>Community Directory allows you to search for and reconnect with former classmates, and meet other alumni who share your work background, practice areas and other interests.
In addition, logging into e>Community also provides you with access to several password protected resources:
- HeinOnline: HeinOnline’s Law Journal Library contains more that 1,800 law and law-related journals with a broad range of coverage. The database is comprehensive, beginning with the first issue of each journal and bridging the gap in legal history. Articles can be downloaded in a searchable PDF format.
- Vault.com: Vault’s Career Insider features a variety of valuable career-related resources. Key content areas include: industries and professions, employer research, career e-books, career advice articles & videos, internship and job posting, news and commentary.
First Time e>Community Users:
If this is your first time checking out the online community, you can start by looking yourself up here, but note that you will be asked to enter your unique alumni ID number. If you have not received your ID, or have misplaced it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law School Alumni Networks and News on Social Media
Like or follow us online and join a growing virtual network of thousands of University of Minnesota Law School alumni and students on the following platforms: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
Perspectives is the University of Minnesota Law School’s publication for alumni, faculty, students, staff, and supporters. The magazine is published twice a year.
Send comments to Cynthia Huff, Director of Communications, email@example.com.
University of Minnesota Alumni Association Webinar Series
The University of Minnesota Alumni Association offers regular free conversations with University of Minnesota Experts on life, career, and personal development. Visit their YouTube webinar channel for the latest list of offerings.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I update my contact information and/or share my news for class notes?
How do I order a transcript?
Class of 2006 through current class:
Unofficial transcripts are available online at One Stop.
Official transcripts can only be obtained from the Student Services Center at 130 West Bank Skyway or online at One Stop.
Classes 2005 and earlier:
Both official and unofficial transcripts may be obtained from the Law School by completing a Transcript Request Form (link below) or by sending a written, signed request to the Assistant Registrar. Official transcripts are $15.00 each; checks should be payable to the University of Minnesota. We are not able to accept credit cards. There is no charge for unofficial copies.
Faxed transcript requests are accepted but MUST include your handwritten signature. If requesting an official transcript by fax, payment can be mailed separately.
E-mail requests are not accepted at this time.
Transcript requests may be mailed or faxed to:
Attn: Assistant Registrar
University of Minnesota Law School
229 19th Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
How do I register for a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event?
View Law School CLE events in the left sidebar of this page. For more information about CLE, contact LSCLE@umn.edu or 612-624-1885. Subscribe to receive notices of future CLE programs at the University of Minnesota Law School.
Where can I get Law School apparel or books?
If you want to get the latest Law School branded apparel, merchandise, memorabilia, and textbooks visit the Law School Bookstore online, or in person on the sub-plaza level of Mondale Hall. Contact the Bookstore at 612-626-8569.
How do I join the University of Minnesota Alumni Association?
Join the University of Minnesota Alumni Association to connect with all University of Minnesota alumni and to take advantage of additional events and resources available to over 435,000 alumni of the University.
How can I make a Law School donation?
Gifts may be designated for a specific purpose or left unrestricted for the general needs of the Law School. Your gifts to the Law School are essential for the education of the next generation of alumni. To learn more about giving opportunities or to make a gift online, please visit our Giving page.
How can I contact the Office of Advancement for the Law School?
The office of advancement staff members are responsible for alumni relations and fundraising for the Law School. See contact information for Law School Advancement staff.
How do I get my class rank?
Class ranks can be released to alumni for the purpose of including in a job application if required by the potential employer per Academic Rule 12.5(b). To request your class rank, complete and return the Class Rank Request for Alumni form.