COVID-19 Response

Learn how Pitt Law is building a healthy and resilient community

Please Note: The University of Pittsburgh School of Law's Barco Library is OPEN during regular library hours for Pitt Law faculty and students only.  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are not open to Pitt users outside of Pitt Law; and we are not open to the public. If you have questions, please contact the reference desk at 412-648-1325 or barcoref@pitt.edu

Alumni

Graduates of Pitt Law join a distinct and distinguished community of law school alumni upon graduation. Our alumni are found in positions of leadership, influence, and governance and become profound attorneys, federal and state judges, professors, and entrepreneurs, many of whom are recognized for their success in their communities, across the nation, and internationally. 

With approximately 10,000 blue and gold alumni worldwide, the Office of External Relations provides many opportunities for you to stay in touch with us, receive updates on exciting news and special events, network with fellow alumni and friends, earn CLE credits, and interact with our current students through mentorship and networking opportunities. 

We look foward to building a relationship with you. Make sure your contact information is up to date and that you are following us on social media! 

Law Alumni Association

The Law Alumni Association was established in 1986. It aims to enhance the interests of the School of Law and its alumni through the establishment of student scholarships and a variety of activities that recognize and support alumni and current law students.

Alumni Events

As an alumnus of Pitt Law, you are invited to attend events on campus, such as the annual Pitt Law Alumni Reunion Weekend in October, or in your hometown, such as one of our local alumni networking receptions. You can also earn Continuing Legal Education credits at qualifying events on campus or at your firm.

Pitt Legal Services Incubator

The Pitt Legal Services Incubator program ("PLSI") is an innovative program designed to support Pitt Law alumni in their development of financially sustainable solo or small firm practices.