Leadership Opportunities

How do I become involved with the Alumni Association?

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Alumni Association

ASL graduates are automatically members of the ASL Alumni Association.

ASL graduates are automatically members of the ASL Alumni Association. The Alumni Facebook Page allows graduates to keep in contact with classmates, post pictures, make announcements, post events, list job opportunities, and share ideas. 

 

Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association Chapter Leaders

It is the goal of the Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association (ASLAA) to set chapters throughout the United States. These leaders are important contacts for new graduates. ASLAA leaders make themselves available to assist alumni in career searches, alumni events, recruitment activities and community service involvement. Chapters are presently established in Washington, D.C./Maryland/Northern Virginia; Charleston, W.Va./Huntington, W.Va.; Southwest Virginia; Wilmington, N.C.; South Carolina; Tri-Cities, Tenn.; Roanoke/Lynchburg, Va.; Eastern/Central Kentucky; Georgia; New York/New Jersey; Charlotte, N.C. (metro)/Waxhaw, S.C., and Pennsylvania. For more information about becoming a chapter leader, contact the Alumni Department.

 
 

Community Service

ASL will fuel your commitment to making a difference in the world. Through our community-service requirement of 25 hours per semester, you’ll volunteer at places like:

  • Animal shelters
  • Carnivals for disadvantaged children
  • Free medical clinics
  • Recycling centers
  • Retirement homes