Become a Class Officer


One of the most meaningful ways you can give back to BYU Law is by volunteering your time as a Class President, Class Reporter, or Class Giving Coordinator in your Class Presidency.

Class President (5-year commitment)

The Class President is generally nominated by class members leading up to the 5-year class reunion; however, this position may also be filled by invitation from the BYU Law Alumni Board when a vacancy occurs between reunions. The new class president is announced at the 5-year reunion dinner.

    Responsibilities:

  1. Communicate regularly with assigned member of the Alumni Board to share information about classmates, upcoming events, and giving campaigns and to discuss questions or concerns.
  2. Participate in annual Alumni Leadership Council meeting each January and review monthly leadership email.
  3. With the assistance of the Class Reporter and Class Giving Coordinator, help class members stay in contact with each other and BYU Law by sharing information about upcoming events and updating classmates’ contact information in the Class Roster (in Google docs) as new information is obtained.
  4. Work with BYU Law’s External Relations Office to help plan and promote the class 5-year reunion dinner, emcee your class’s dinner program, and coordinate with the Class Reporter to publicize activities and encourage participation.

Class Reporter (5-year commitment)

The Class Reporter is chosen by the Class President.

    Responsibilities:

  1. In coordination with the Class President, email classmates messages and invitations for participation in upcoming events and other programs.
  2. Act as an administrator of your class Facebook page and post information about classmates, class-specific events or gatherings, and general alumni events and programs. Use of other social media platforms to connect with classmates is also encouraged.
  3. Submit one feature story per year about a classmate that can be shared in the monthly Alumni Connection email newsletter and on the BYU Law website.
  4. Update classmates’ contact information in the Class Roster (in Google docs) as new information is obtained.
  5. Fulfill other assignments given by the Class President and/or the Alumni Board.

Class Giving Coordinator (5-year commitment)

The Class Giving Coordinator is chosen by the Class President.

    Responsibilities:

  1. In coordination with the Class President, Class Reporter, and BYU Law’s External Relations Office, inform classmates about giving opportunities to support BYU Law students.
  2. Encourage classmates’ ongoing engagement with the law school through making financial contributions, participating in law student mentoring programs, attending alumni events, and identifying potential BYU Law students and encouraging them to apply.
  3. Update classmates’ contact information in the Class Roster (in Google docs) as new information is obtained.
  4. Fulfill other assignments given by the Class President and/or the Alumni Board.

 

If you’re interested in becoming part of your Class Presidency please contact your current Class President. If your current Class President isn’t known reach out to Erin Fale, Director of External Relations, at falee@law.byu.edu.