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Community Service Outreach Opportunities

Looking for a way to do good? Interested in connecting with fellow alumni and current students? Would you like to help future law students?

The Law School Alumni Association (LSAA) offers :

UW Law Early Engagement

Play a critical role in our law school community by assisting prospective students in their application process

  • Provide information, insight and advice on the law school application process
  • Review and critique personal statements for undergraduate students interested in law

Take the first step today and volunteer! Email to express your interest and find out how you can make a difference in the life of a future law student.

“As a current law student, I welcome the opportunity to reach out to prospective law students and tell them about my experience. I believe the law school application process should be an intentional and thoughtful journey for each applicant and as a member of the Early Engagement Program I can provide insight and access to information to ease the application process.” - Kendra Rosenberg, 3L

Watch a 15-minute video of Mathiew Le, UW Law Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, explaining the law school application process and tips for a successful personal statement. This video is provided as tool to help you successfully review and critique your student’s personal statement, thereby maximizing his or her chances of getting into law school.

Undergraduate students interested in a career in law should email to learn more about the program and how they can obtain help from an alumni/current student in their application process.


WSBA’s Moderate Means Program

Interested in working with students? Want to help our state’s low to moderate-income families? Busy? Customize your level and length of involvement!

Did you know that every year 75% of Washingtonians with moderate means (living within 200-400% of the federal poverty level) experience at least one legal problem. Many go without help! You can change that…and help yourself at the same time.

"I am very excited about the ways in which the Moderate Means Program provides opportunities for alumni to work with students as together they help low income households access the justice system through appropriate intake, referral, and representation. I encourage UW alumni to take at least one case per year referred to them through the Moderate Means Program." - Ishbel Dickens (2002), co-chair Service Opportunities Committee, UW Alumni Board

Alumni, find out how you can get involved and what’s in it for you at the Moderate Means Guidelines web site

Current students can learn more about how to get involved by contacting Michele Storms at

Last updated 7/7/2014