Volunteering

2013 graduates volunteering at Houston Food BankServing the community: 2013 graduates Jonny Havens, Paul Yin, Katie McEvilly, and Nadine Chen (all in Duke shirts) recently teamed up at the Houston Food Bank to prepare 3,125 meals for distribution to Meals-on-Wheels, disabled veterans, and after-school programs for children.
Photo courtesy of Katie McEvilly '13, Sep. 2013

By volunteering your time, talents and expertise, you help to strengthen the school and provide opportunities to inform, engage, mentor and serve. In addition, your commitment as a Duke Law volunteer helps build upon the School's programs, clinics, and services, while also extending its mission to prepare students for responsible and productive lives in the legal profession.

As a Duke Law volunteer, you can serve as an event planner or sponsor, mentor to students and other alumni, class agent, class reunion committee member, and more. 

Help advance Duke Law by becoming an active member of the Duke Law community. Regardless of the level of involvement you choose, you will make a direct positive impact.

To join other dedicated Duke Law volunteers and to select your specific volunteer interest(s), please fill out our Alumni Volunteer Opportunities form.

Key Volunteer Roles