Duke Law Clubs
The Duke Law community includes more than 9300 alumni throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our distinguished alumni help to strengthen the law school in numerous ways including supporting local Duke Law clubs.
Duke Law clubs offer a lifelong connection to the school and other alumni through networking, volunteer and fellowship opportunities. Because the quest for knowledge does not end upon graduation, our clubs focus on providing educational enrichment programs, informative seminars as well as social and civic activities which reflect the tradition and spirit of Duke Law.
Your involvement and dedication will help continue our efforts to build and serve the Duke Law alumni community.
U.S. Clubs and Regional Programs
U.S. Law Clubs help plan events in metropolitan areas with the largest concentrations of Duke Law alumni. All Law alumni living in a particular city are “members” of that city’s club; as long as we have a current mailing address on file for you, you will receive invitations to Club events (update your address). Learn more about the:
Duke Law International Clubs help promote Duke Law to prospective students and keep alumni connected by organizing events in their areas. We also welcome our visiting scholar and overseas exchange program students to our overseas alumni associations in their home countries. For more information about an association or about the Law School, please contact the international studies department or the senior member of an international alumni club.
If Duke Law does not have a club in your area, Duke University might. Duke Clubs are open to all Duke alumni, including Law alums. Visit the Duke Alumni Association website for more information. Several domestic Duke Clubs have a strong Law alumni presence in their leadership, including:
Barry Uhrman L’00
Fon Muttamara-Walker L’04
Bob Maddox L’87
Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina
Brent Clinkscale L’86