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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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Office of Development and Alumni Relations
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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.

Kelly Robbins '91, Principal, Robbins Family Law Firm

Robbins has practiced law in San Francisco since 1991, making her start in civil litigation to gain valuable trial and courtroom experience. For the past 10 years her sole focus has been matters of family and divorce law with an emphasis on high-asset property division, support, and custody. In 2005, Robbins was certified by the State Bar of California as a Specialist in Family Law, a designation held by only a small group of practicing attorneys. Robbins has also served as president of the Queen's Bench Bar Association of the San Francisco Bay Area, an organization dedicated to advancing the interests of women in law and society and furthering the progress of women in the legal profession. The members of Queen's Bench are inspired by a "long and proud tradition of women lawyers standing up for equal rights and equal opportunity, and working together," Robbins says. The organization also leads public service efforts such as a project in San Francisco's Juvenile Hall and collecting business clothing for women re-entering the workforce. "The USF Women's Law Association came down with several boxes of clothing," Robbins recalled. "But that didn't surprise me, since I know from my own experience how engrained the ethic of public service is at USF."

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