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Alums Reconnect and Reminisce at Reunion 2013 

November 04, 2013

More than 250 alumni celebrated at the USF School of Law annual reunion Oct. 26 at the Hotel Intercontinental in San Francisco, reconnecting with law school friends and faculty and catching up on one another’s professional and personal lives.  

The classes with years ending in 3’s and 8’s celebrated special reunions, and for the first time, all alumni were encouraged to join the festivities. Speakers included J. Thomas Trombadore ’88, president of the Board of Governors, and Rev. Donal Godfrey, S.J., associate director of University Ministry, as well as Dean John S. Trasviña and Doris Cheng ’98, member of the Board of Counselors.

“This fabulous event brought together alums from the classes of 1953 to 2008,” said Dean Trasviña. “Our students, faculty, staff, and alumni demonstrate they are a family—enjoying each other’s company and reminiscing at reunion time and supporting one another the rest of the time. We rededicate ourselves to our profession, our families, our careers, and our future. Thanks very much to the Reunion Committee and all involved who made the 2013 School of Law Reunion a huge success.”

“John Trasviña has brought with him a big vision,” said Cheng. “And that’s a big vision for all of us.… I’m going to ask you to think about class gifts, because this is the way we continue to ensure the future of USF. This is the way we ensure we have the capital and the leverage to own this community, which we do so well.” 

Any reunion class member—alums in classes ending in 3’s and 8’s—who gives who the Law Assembly before May 31, 2014, will count towards the class giving total. Gifts and pledges can be made here

For more photos from the 2013 reunion, please visit Flickr.