Registration is closed. If you missed the registration deadline and would like to attend or change your registration, just stop by the registration table at any of this weekend's activities. See you soon!
If you need a special accessibility accommodation to participate in Reunion, please contact Natzyeli Leugers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.232.1223 no later than April 7.
Friday, April 11
7:00 p.m. Reunion Kickoff, The Four Seasons Lawn*, $60/person
Reunion kickoff with dinner and dancing, featuring Texas’ very own
Asleep at the Wheel - No suits, no speeches—casual attire, good food,
and pure fun!
*The Four Seasons is located at 98 San Jacinto Blvd. Visit http://www.fourseasons.com/austin/ for directions.
Saturday, April 12*
*All daytime Saturday events will take place at the Law School. Parking will be available in the San Jacinto Parking Garage.
9:00 a.m. On-site registration and continental breakfast, Susman Godfrey Atrium, Townes Hall, Second Floor
9:30 a.m. CLE Program, Townes Hall, 2.138
“Recent Developments in Legal Ethics” with Professor Lynn Baker
1 hour CLE ethics credit, No charge
10:30 a.m. Mock Class with Professor Stanley Johanson, Townes Hall, 2.137
11:30 a.m. Dean’s State of the Law School Address, Charles I. Francis Auditorium
Join Dean Ward Farnsworth for an update on your alma mater.
12:00 p.m. Lunch on the Lawn $20 per person (no charge for kids under 12)
Gather for food, fun and festivities on the south lawn of The Law
School. Join Dean Ward Farnsworth, members of the faculty, and your
classmates for lunch, conversation, live music, and other entertainment.
Fun for the entire family! Casual.
6:30 p.m. Honored class parties (1964 – 2009)
The Thad T. Hutcheson First Year Moot Court Competition is an endowed
competition open to all first-year law students at the Law School, and
takes place during Reunion weekend. Local alumni and other attorneys
serve as judges, and the competition is administered by the Beck Center
For more information or to volunteer as a judge, email or call the Beck Center director, Wayne Schiess.