Living outside Seattle? Connect with fellow alumni in
Regional Alumni Groups.
Many resources of the School of Law's Student and Career Services are available to alumni. These include individual counseling, employment listings, and referrals to legal career consultants.
Alumni may schedule appointments to discuss career planning and job search strategies. They may also submit resumes and cover letters for review and schedule mock interviews.
Alumni also have access to the law school’s job bank on Symplicity. Alumni can receive reciprocity with other career services offices across the country. Contact Student and Career Services at for passwords to access the online systems.
Gallagher Law Library Alumni Services
The Gallagher Law Library offers special services to University of Washington School of Law alumni. Whether you visit us in person or contact us by phone or email, you will enjoy benefits such as law books on demand, copy & send and legal research guides.
Computing and Email Services
Get a New UW NetID
A UW NetID (with password) is your personal lifelong identification for using UW online resources. If you are an alumnus, get one today. (See the UWAA's FAQ for UW NetID eligibility notes.)
Manage Your UW netID Resources
If you have a UW NetID, you can do this now. This is where you manage your email account settings, set up secret password questions, change your password (if you've set up secret password questions), and see how much disk space you are using on UW servers.
Email and Computing Services for Alumni
Most UW alumni are eligible for email and some computing services from the University of Washington.
Events and Continuing Legal Education
UW School of Law Events include seminars, symposiums and conferences designed to update the legal community and others on recent developments in the law, to assist in increased understanding of substantive areas of the law, and to provide opportunities to enhance legal skills for constituents of both the public and private sectors.
Additional UW Services
Transcripts - Unofficial & Official
Former students and alumni who attended classes in 1983 or later can order official and unofficial transcripts online. You will need a UW NetID to do this.
Cloud computing is a package of internet-based services aimed at providing many different capabilities to users from both UW Windows Live and UW Google Apps.
Send an electronic postcard with a scene from a UW campus to your friends. This free service is available via MyUW and requires a UW NetID.