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The law school's relationship with its students continues long after graduation. Our alumni tell us that their USF education provided them with the skills and perspective that launched successful careers as legal professionals.

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The friendships formed during law school last a lifetime. We want all of our alumni to also have a life-long relationship with the law school.

At USF, we have a continuing commitment to our alumni and greatly value their involvement in the life of the law school. We are proud of the active participation of so many alumni as financial contributors, advisors to the dean and faculty, and as mentors to current students. In addition, we are privileged to have the support of philanthropists and many prominent members of the legal community who, although they did not attend the law school, embrace our mission and value our local and global initiatives.

The USF School of Law Office of Development and Alumni Relations is led by Director of Development and Alumni Relations Robin Keating; Associate Director Erica Levison; Associate Director Caroline Knowles; and Program Assistant Erin Flannery.

Paul S. Speranza Jr. '71, General Counsel, Wegmans Food Markets Inc.


Paul S. Speranza Jr. ’71 rose from humble beginnings as the son of a barber to vice chairman and general counsel of Wegmans Food Markets Inc., a Rochester, N.Y.-based company with 38,000 employees and $5 billion in sales that is consistently ranked in the top 5 best places to work by Fortune magazine. He also recently completed a term as chairman of the board of the 3 million-member U.S. Chamber of Commerce, where he was the first practicing attorney to lead the board. As the first in his family to graduate from college (he earned a full academic scholarship to Syracuse University), Speranza has used his positions at Wegmans and with civic organizations like the chamber to improve access to education for disadvantaged youth and to improve the quality and affordability of health care. “At USF I received a great education and a practical education and I continue to use what I learned to this day,” Speranza said. “Being a part of the USF community, taking clinic courses, and helping the economically disadvantaged helped me to form an understanding of the importance of corporate social responsibility.”

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