Class of 2015

We will share photos, memories, and news from Class of 2015 alumni on this page. Do you have any photos, memories, class notes, or news you would like to share? You can submit them through our web form, and we will post them on this website. 

Class Superlatives

  • Most Likely to become a Judge: Sharoia Taylor
  • Most Likely to begin practicing law before passing the bar: Ryan Kaufman
  • Most likely to skip graduation and go straight to the bar: Reid Miller
  • Most likely to make partner the fastest: Claudia Garcia
  • Most likely to become a Supreme Court Justice: Alex Bukac
  • Most likely to become a politician: Michael Hewitt
  • Most likely to become a law school professor: Alexis Turzan
  • Most likely to invent a program to take law school exams for you: Lauren Harriman
  • Most likely to donate the most to USF Law: Michael Hewitt
  • Most likely to represent a classmate in a criminal trial: (there was a tie) Rahul Balaram and Cecilia Fierro
  • Most likely to play a lawyer on TV: Yuki Cruse
  • Most likely to become a power couple: Alex Bukac and Soula Ellenikiotis
  • Class Clown: Kenisha Day
  • Best Bromance: Simon Levy and Sam Johnson

Class Captains

  • Michael Hewitt
  • Nicole Phillips
  • Elisha Yang

Highlights from 2015

Top Ten Songs

  1. Uptown Funk
    Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars
  2. Thinking Out Loud
    Ed Sheeran
  3. See You Again
    Wiz Khalifa, Charlie Puth
  4. Trap Queen
    Fetty Wap
  5. Sugar
    Maroon 5
  6. Shut Up and Dance
    Walk the Moon
  7. Blank Space
    Taylor Swift
  8. Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)
    Silento
  9. Earned It
    The Weeknd
  10. The Hills
    The Weeknd 

Academy Award, Best Picture

Spotlight

Pulitzer Prize, Fiction

All The Light We Cannot See
Anthony Doerr

World Series Winner

Kansas City Royals
v. New York Mets (4-1)

Super Bowl Champion

New England Patriots
v. Seattle Seahawks (28-24)

Time Magazine Person of the Year

Angela Merkel

Chief Justice of the United States

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.
Appointed by George W. Bush

Nobel Peace Prize Winner

National Dialogue Quartet

San Francisco Law School Dean

Dean John Trasvina