Alumni and friends of Melbourne Law School play a critical part in supporting and enriching the life of our community. The international MLS alumni network comprises more than 20,000 graduates, spanning 103 countries. Wherever you are in the world, you can stay connected, get involved and keep informed of what is going on at the School and with your fellow alumni.
Alumni and Community
Discover MLS's Global Alumni Network, read profiles of our alumni and their accomplishments and find out how you can stay connected.
Benefits and Services
Take advantage of a range of alumni benefits and services wherever you are.
Volunteer your time and expertise to help strengthen our School and global community.
Giving to MLS
Invest in the future of MLS and our students through philanthropic giving.
MLS Mentor Program
The MLS Mentor Program matches Juris Doctor (JD) and international Melbourne Law Masters (MLM) students with experienced law professionals. The program is designed to motivate and encourage students and, provide them with a sense of direction for their career paths.
Alumni profiles and accomplishments
Find out how our remarkably vibrant and diverse community of alumni are making a difference in the world.
MLS News is a monthly e-newsletter that brings you news and features on the latest legal issues, cutting-edge legal research, and profiles of alumni and the people at the heart of Melbourne Law School. It is emailed once a month to all Melbourne Law School alumni, faculty and friends.
Visit the University of Melbourne Online Alumni Community. Alumni can register their personal profile, update contact details, set up email forwarding and take advantage of a range of University-wide resources.
MULS Foundation Board
The Melbourne University Law School Foundation Board assists Melbourne Law School's alumni engagement and provides leadership on fundraising for the Foundation.
Flos Greig Annual Lecture in Law
Melbourne Law School is honoured to establish the Flos Greig Annual Lecture in Law to continue the pioneering spirit of the first woman to be admitted to legal practice in Australia.