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Photo: UF Law’s Gator Nation has dominated The Florida Bar, the nation’s second largest, with more than half of the presidents in its history. UF Law has also produced five presidents of the American Bar Association since 1973; that’s more than any other law school during the same period. Pictured are four former presidents of The Florida Bar plus the Florida Bar’s executive director. From left are Gwynne Young (JD 74), Scott Hawkins (JD 83), Eugene K. Pettis (JD 85), Executive Director John F. “Jack” Harkness (JD 69) and Mayanne Downs (JD 87).

The accomplishments, involvement and support of alumni have helped distinguish UF Law as one of the strongest alumni bases in the nation. With more than 21,000 living graduates, UF Law has one of the strongest alumni bases in the country, representing UF throughout Florida, the nation, and 49 countries worldwide.

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Summer Tour

UF Law is hitting the road for a 10-city Summer Tour!

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Culverhouse Challenge

A fast-paced initiative to support student scholarships as we enroll our next class of 1L students.

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Make an impact

Making a contribution to UF Law is easy to do, and has an enormous impact on our school.

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UF Law is proud to announce the launch of the Culverhouse Challenge, a fast-paced initiative to support student scholarships as we enroll our next class of 1L students. What you – our Gator Lawyers – achieve over the next few months will shape the future of UF Law for decades to come. The clock is ticking, so please give now! Learn More


Come together with fellow Gator alumni. Whether it’s educational, networking or just plain fun, the Gator Law nation gathers for a host of activities year-round. A tax institute, advocacy training and networking receptions in Atlanta, Tampa, Washington, D.C. and New York are a few of the venues where alumni can meet other alumni. Learn More

Ways to Give

Here’s how alumni and friends can donate to great academic programs, student scholarships, endowed chairs and more programs that support UF Law’s mission. Learn More


Alumni become insiders by supporting UF Law with their time and expertise on the Law Center Association and the Law Alumni Council. Learn More

Resources for Alumni

UF Law’s Center for Career Development offers a variety of services available to our alumni network. Through our online job postings and listserv, resume review services, one-on-one counseling, and on-campus programs and community events, we aim to provide you with the most up-to-date career-related information and resources. Learn More

Contact Alumni Affairs

UF Law’s Office of Development & Alumni Affairs supports the college’s mission by raising private financial support from our alumni and friends, and implementing alumni events and Law Center Board and Law Alumni Council activities. Learn More


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