The USF School of Law community will join together on Thursday, Feb. 7 at historic San Francisco City Hall to celebrate the school’s distinguished, century-old tradition of legal education and to look forward to all that its second century will bring.
The evening will feature a conversation on the future of legal education with special guests, lawyer and bestselling author Scott Turow (1L) and USF Visiting Professor John Osborn (The Paper Chase), moderated by Dean Jeffrey Brand. Proceeds from this black-tie gala dinner will benefit student
Time: 6 p.m.Date: Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013Location: San Francisco City Hall, 1 Polk StreetTickets: $300 per person (Proceeds benefit law student scholarships)
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For information,
contact Robin Keating in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at
(415) 422-5457 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general information about the Centennial Gala Dinner,
contact Anita Ayers in the Office of Event Services at (415) 422-5406 or email@example.com.
The USF School of Law greatly appreciates the following sponsors who have generously supported the Centennial Gala Dinner to date:
Second Century Associate