New Dates for Alumni Weekend 2021: October 22-24 & November 5-7


December 14, 2020

Because of ongoing COVID-19 safety concerns and restrictions, Yale Law School cancelled Alumni Weekend 2020 and rescheduled reunions for 0s and 5s in 2021.

Mark your calendars for Alumni Weekend 2021, which will take place October 22-24, 2021 for classes ending in 5s and 6s and November 5-7, 2021 for classes ending in 0s and 1s (pending public health and University COVID-19 guidelines). We will take advantage of this unique opportunity to bring adjacent classes back to YLS at the same time, while holding special events for each reunion class, including the Saturday night Class Receptions and Dinners. Please see the chart below for information on your class's Alumni Weekend 2021 dates.

We welcome all Yale Law School alumni to visit New Haven for either of the scheduled Alumni Weekends, even if it is not your reunion year. New Haven is beautiful in the fall and there is no better place to reconnect with classmates and friends. We encourage our "Legal Eagles," who graduated in or before 1959, to attend the first weekend, October 22-24, 2021.   

We've prepared a list of Frequently Asked Questions to assist you in your planning process. If you have further questions, please reach out to the Alumni Engagement team at yls.reunion@yale.edu.

Reunion Giving


Yale Law School has a proud history and strong tradition of reunion giving. In celebration of your reunion, we ask you to join us in supporting today’s vibrant Law School community. Gifts or pledges received through Alumni Weekend will count towards your class reunion campaign total.

About Alumni Weekend


Alumni Engagement & Development Office Contact Information


Mail

Alumni Engagement & Development Office
Yale Law School
P.O. Box 208294
New Haven, CT 06520-8294

General email: alumni.law@yale.edu
Reunion email: yls.reunion@yale.edu

Telephone: 203.432.1690

Facsimile: 203.436.1235

If I had to identify the two things which taken in combination make Yale Law School such a special place, it would have to be the school’s longstanding commitment to intellectualism, and its equally long-lived and deep-seated commitment to public service.”


Anthony Kronman

Class of 1975, Sterling Professor of Law and Former Dean