The Columbus School of Law’s more than 11,300 alumni become members of its Alumni Association upon graduation. The Association is governed by the law school’s Alumni Council, founded in 2013 “to promote the values, objectives and well-being of The Catholic University of America and Columbus School of Law.”
The Council maintains three standing committees covering the areas of development, nominations and membership. It also produces an annual report on its goals and activities. The Council convenes at least twice a year and members serve a three-year term. To visit the Alumni Council page click here.
Board of Visitors
The law school’s other primary instrument for alumni leadership is its Board of Visitors, which serves as counselors to the Dean of the law school. The Board’s focuses on the academic program and educational goals of the law school and improving its visibility and image. Consisting of no fewer than 40 members, the Board also addresses the concerns of alumni, students, faculty, parents and friends of the law school, as well as increasing and strengthening the financial resources of the law school. To visit the Board of Visitors page click here.