Reunions and Class Giving

Come Back and Give Back

It’s no surprise that our graduates enjoy getting together to reminisce and reconnect with their former classmates. The years spent in law school, pouring over books, preparing for mock trials and memorizing cases can certainly bring people together and help forge long lasting relationships.
Over the years, we have helped our graduates plan and host some very memorable reunions that have also resulted in generous gifts to the law school supporting generations to come. For many of these classes, reunions are much more than reminiscing about times gone by. They are also about giving back and supporting future generations of law students. We are grateful to all of those who were inspired to give back to the Faculty as part of their reunion celebrations.
Below is a listing of top classes who have established awards, bursaries, or helped raise funds for the building project. Contributions from class giving initiatives total just over $1 million which is a reflection of the strong commitment our alumni have to the Allard School of Law.
$250,000 and up
Class of 1973

$200,000 and up
Class of 1968

$50,000 and up
Class of 1954
Class of 1962
Class of 1967  
Class of 1970
Class of 1984
Class of 1988
Class of 1958

$25,000 and up
Class of 1972
Class of 1976
Class of 1993
Class of 1959

$10,000 and up
Class of 1950
Class of 1953
Class of 1963
Class of 1974

These classes are currently recognized on the Faculty's lifetime donor recognition display in Allard Hall (pictured above), which recognizes donors and donor groups whose cumulative contributions are greater than $25,000.
Please contact Jennifer Regan, Alumni Relations Manager, at or 604-822-2584 if you are interested in a Reunion or Class Giving initiative.